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New theory asserts Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease are caused by same microorganism and that both are preventable

There has yet been no plausible theory to explain Alzheimer's disease arising among Down syndrome young adults. A microbe is proposed for that role.
22-Dec-2021 6:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

MCI Helper e-newsletter to aid Mild Cognitive Impairment patients, says Dr. Leslie Norins, of MCI911.com

Despite the absence of a curative drug, improvements in MCI may be possible though use of substances and tactics published throughout medical journals and summarized here.
16-Mar-2021 8:05 AM EDT Add to Favorites

Nobody finds the Alzheimer’s Germ in $1 Million Challenge, but eight researchers split $200K, says Dr. Leslie Norins of Alzheimer’s Germ Quest

There is now keen interest in deeper investigation of infectious agents as the trigger of Alzheimer's disease
23-Feb-2021 6:15 AM EST Add to Favorites

Us Against Alzheimer’s advocacy group must reveal financial conflict of interest to FDA, says Dr. Leslie Norins of Alzheimer’s Germ Quest

Alzheimer's advocacy groups taint their credibility by not revealing conflicts when they lobby FDA for drug approval
16-Feb-2021 6:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

Alzheimer’s Association again endorses Biogen drug despite mystery data analysis and financial conflict of interest, says Dr. Leslie Norins of Alzheimer’s Germ Quest

Although an expert FDA panel voted ten to one to withhold approval for a Biogen anti-Alzheimer's drug candidate, the Alzheimer's Association endorsed the compound. Serious questions have been raised about why, including conflict of interest.
4-Feb-2021 3:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

Alzheimer's microbe hypothesis gets major NIH funding

After years of paltry funding, research on the possible role of microbes in the causation of Alzheimer's disease will now get a major infusion of grants from the NIH's National Institute on Aging
19-Jan-2021 3:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

Coconut Oil’s Benefits to Alzheimer’s Ignored in N.Y. Times Attack, Says Dr. Leslie Norins of MCI911.com

Although cardiologists often decry coconut oil because of certain fats it contains, they overlook the growing evidence that other fatty constituents, especially medium-chain triglycerides, may alleviate some cases of mild cognitive impairment and...
7-Jan-2021 3:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

Advisers with atypical conflict of interest may create harsher COVID lockdowns, says Dr. Leslie Norins

Most medical conflict-of-interest regulations focus on additional money influencing one's opinion. Little consideration is given to the retention of one's job while recommending others lose theirs. Disclosure can counterbalance this. .
18-Nov-2020 5:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

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Curcumin Selected as Cognition Supplement of the Year: 2021, says Dr. Leslie Norins of MCI911.com

As yet there is no prescription drug to cure mild cognitive impairment (MCI), often a harbinger of Alzheimer's disease. Medical research journals reveal curcumin can sometimes bolster cognition. It merits a try.
1-Feb-2021 3:05 AM EST

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