Important Facts, Concepts, and Data to know about CVD, Cognitive Impairment, and Corruption in AD Research
Important Facts, Concepts, and Data to know about CVD, Cognitive Impairment, and Corruption in AD Research by Neal Rouzier, MD There is not a day that goes by that I
I now want to take this opportunity to introduce to you why I feel that the 7th Academic Summit: Breakthroughs in Brain Health, CVD, and Autoimmunity will be the most important and enlightening conference that you will attend. Although I have introduced my topics during the last several newsletters, I want to introduce to you one of the most important topics and lectures that pertains to our goal of optimizing health and wellness. Oddly, it is a subject that most of us know nothing about and that I had never heard of personally in all my reading and research. Even physicians in the field of hematology/immunology are not familiar with the concepts as there is no venue for us/them to attend in order to learn anything about it (except through WLM). It truly fits into the category of anti-aging or disease prevention. I stumbled upon it by accident. A WLM attendee, Todd House, told me that I needed to go see this guy in Florida. I inquired as to why I needed to do this, and Todd just simply told me that if I wanted to get fixed and healed, then I needed to go see him. When I further pressed Todd to explain what, why, and how, Todd simply said that it was too complex to explain but that I needed to just do it. Todd explained that if I wanted to learn why my stem cells, exosomes, PRP, and all other treatment modalities weren’t working for me, then I really needed to go see Dr. Maharaj in Florida. However, I first need to tell you about me and what wasn’t working.
Testing for Dementia and Successful Therapies After Diagnosis by Neal Rouzier, MD Alzheimer's Dementia Case Study Recently, I was asked to consult on a 70 y/o man who was diagnosed with
Alzheimer's Disease: Potential Causes & Treatments by Krista Russ Alzheimer’s Dementia (AD) is a disease of multifactorial origin. It does not have one specific cause; rather, there are multiple pathways
LDL Cholesterol: Is It Responsible for CVD and are Statins the Solution? by Krista Russ Statins have long been the gold standard for treating high cholesterol since 1987, over thirty