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  2. They are pioneering a study here in Australia which combines tumeric and a couple of other traditional chinese herbs in a precise combination which has shown great promise. I’m thinking that we all need to incorporate more tumeric in our diets as a precaution. My grandmother is 89 and has been suffering from dementia for about 4 years. My problem is that my family have always kissed each other on the lips which I don’t like, I prefer the air kiss to the side. They always manage to get me though, even if I turn my face to the side. I’m hoping that my mother hasn’t continued the tradition when she visits my Nana at the nursing home.

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  4. Digging deeper into my thoughts, I found that I was wanting to express this gratitude I am feeling for those who have lost their battle to ALS. I am saddened that anyone had to lose their life to this nasty disease and it pains me that so many suffered a horrible fight and continue to this day to loose to this battle. I want to give thanks to all the amazing and courageous fighters that have faced this disease head on, who endured so much and gave a strong fight to the end. These people paved the way for all of us now who are getting cured…including myself.

  5. Alzheimer’s is caused by Infectious Disease in most, if not all cases. An inflamed brain becomes more inflamed with more bacterial growth. The so called “plauqes’ in an Alzheimer’s brain are Biofilms. The all common Lyme bacteria, now a proven biofilm infection, can be extremely difficult to treat when mature biofilms form. Biofilm infections are a bigger catastrophe than mutated bacteria, and the medical community doesn’t have a clue.

  6. Nutrition is very important, but not proven effective, it all is a crap shoot but we try to live the healthiest best life we can and hope for the best. There are so many neurological diseases and personally I believe we have only scratched the surface of understanding the brain. Part of the issue is looking at so many diseases separately, gathering limited grant dollars for a tiny piece of the puzzle. Alzheimers is a primary recipient, and yet other strains such as FTD, Lewy Body, are insidious too, but have limited research comparatively. Parkinsons, MS and Down Syndrome are related too. Try to pre-arrange for brain donation from a person with a neuro disease and no one wants it unless the terminal patient is in a specific study, or you pay for the autopsy and procedure; after years of huge expenses, most are unable to do that.

  7. Is a lot of the neurological disease in humans linked to aluminum?

    Can some of the increasing diagnoses be because we are looking more for it now? Classifying it?

    Can the increasing rate of diagnoses of neurological disease be related to a growing human population and people living longer, thus, more susceptible to disease?

    Is nature balancing the human population right under our noses and shifting the population to a “younger” population, just like what is thought is happening to deer/elk populations being affected by CWD?

    1. There are many factors associated with brain disease. Unfortunately, we are recycling the disease right into our food and water supplies thanks to reckless policies based on fake and narrow-minded science (corruption). Public servants around the world are selling out public health. The land application of sewage sludge also is contributing to the sickness among deer/elk/moose and other mammals (including sea mammals).

    2. Boy are they. Along with the drs, FDA and big pharma. Lobbyists, Congress and your entire government. They can’t make money if they have no control.

  8. Several neurodegenerative diseases are classified as proteopathies as they are associated with the aggregation of misfolded proteins .

  9. The characteristic of Alzheimer’s as an infectious disease is an eye-opener. And, it warrants more investigation for me. Thank you for including all of the other links. I’ll be spending more time with them.

    All the best, and thank you.

    Mike Betts

    1. Thanks, Mike. Think of it this way–there is zero proof that it isn’t. It’s all been an assumption. Family, caregivers and entire communities deserve the truth.

  10. Hi there I spoke with gary recently I’m a 35 yr old male who lives in new jersey recently got sick with cwd from taking a supplement called elk antler velvet spray. Yes cwd has spread to humans and yes everyone is at risk thus is going to spread like wildfire throughout our country it already has in cervids. I can’t think of how many people me, my wife and kids have spread this to I contacted the doh, cdc, infectious diseases and the president himself with no help or concern. Well when everyone starts getting a mad cow like disease in this area you’ll know why. The sale of antler velvet should be banned everywhere for it contains the animals nervous tissue and prions in it. I wish I knew this before I took the infectious and deadly supplement. Just think how catastrophic this is going to be a mad cow like disease spread through saliva, urine, and feces it’s probably going to be the end of humanity as we know it. I still can’t believe this happened to me. Please pray for me and my family I have an appt with Dr thomas wisniewski in December I hope I can make it that long he’s the guy who knows what to do for these diseases he’s developed a partial vaccine and he knows that cwd infects the gut first and then spreads from there he’s our only hope for this deadly pandemic he just doesn’t know it yet. I tried getting in with ucsf memory and aging center they wouldn’t believe what I was telling them they refuted all the evidence and everything I showed them. It’s a shame too because they have a study opened for early detection of human prion diseases I would be a prime candidate and they would pay for everything except the fact their not believing my story. Shame on them cause they will see when cwd spreads to humans in their area that I was right about all of this unfortunately I may die from this before that happens. This is going to be the worst disease the world has ever seen and their going to be panicking when it all unravels. Dr. Thomas Wisniewski is our only hope for humanity.

  11. In lab experiments, prion disease—via CWD prions—has recently been successfully transmitted to macaques without cerebral injection. This is more scary news because macaques are genetically more similar to humans than other primates that have been tested. Amazingly, there is still very little talk/buzz about prions in water supplies and the inability to screen out those pathogens.

    Second and multiple passage of prions through different species of mammals is what scares me the most. Prions mutate and I fear it is only a matter of time before the news about CWD turns for the worse. The CWD prions in deer may not cause human disease, but those same prions passed through mice, voles, cattle, dogs, cats, etc., may be the mechanism that creates the monster. Prions are now known to be taken up by plants. What eats plants?

    Always ask: What evidence is there for that? In the case of prions, the evidence is mounting.

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