Could the COVID Vaccine (and Others) Prevent Alzheimer's?

Research led by Alexander Sankin, M.D., and Einstein medical student Joseph Kim, found that a type of immunotherapy given to patients with non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer was associated with a reduced risk for developing Alzheimer's disease compared to those who did not receive the drug. The Wall Street Journal cited the study in an article exploring a possible connection between vaccines and Alzheimer's. Dr. Sankin is associate professor of urology at Einstein and a surgeon at Montefiore.