"Obesity is caused by an abnormal excess storage of energy as lipids in adipose tissue due to a net imbalance between energy intake and energy expenditure"

Replace obesity w/ any condition/disease, and it's the same thing: manifested by thermodynamic (energy transfer) misbalance
In terms of dementia prevention, this circuit is governed mechanistically by limiting the progression of accumulating thermodynamic net energy forward as we become increasingly more sedentary and immobile after age 70.
"We have identified niacin as a novel clinically approved medication that enhances macrophage/microglia phagocytosis of inhibitory debris, resulting in increased OPC recruitment and ultimately remyelination in the aging CNS."

Cancer and Dementia share very determinants/pathological mechanisms, just presenting at different epochs in life

Same remyelination for cancer and dementia

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Doesn’t Merck own IVM?
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