There could be some improvement in Alzheimer’s disease with appropriate treatment. I am making a logical point. I have no biological evidence that this is the case. Various illnesses that present as dementia’s can be treated. Major depressive disorder can appear to be a dementia, however, the dementia of major depressive disorder is treatable. There could be certain aspects of Alzheimer’s disease that arise from biochemical abnormalities which are not strictly related to death of neurons. With the biochemical abnormalities addressed various aspect of an Alzheimer’s dementia could be reversed. In my paper A disease-modifying treatment for Alzheimer’s disease: focus on the trans-sulfuration pathway I argue than Alzheimer’s disease can be prevented and stopped with appropriate Treatment, however, from a logical viewpoint some symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease could even be reversed especially in the early stages of the disease.