I just finished the $14 e-book. It's all the information from Dr. Bredesen's recent articles, work with patients, and recent conferences in one place. That alone is worth the money.
I finished the hardcover book last night. I agree with Tom!
Do you think those with no sciencey knowledge will gain the full benefit?
Some of the explanation of neurology was new to me, for example the cleavage of APP (amyloid precursor protein) at one site to yield 2 anti-AD fragments versus 3 sites to yield four pro-AD fragments. This is in Chapter 5, which Bredesen begins by writing:
. . . not everyone finds the death of a microscopic cell compelling, so while reading this chapter you might find your eyelids becoming heavy .
. . . you may wish to skip this chapter . . . . But who knows, if you stay for the science, you just might find it interesting.
The book is written with passion, in clear plainspeak English. As Bredesen says, if necessity is the mother of invention, maybe passion is the father. He really tries to kick his reader in the pants, so to speak, to take up the protocol, if only in babysteps at first. For me, having seen AD up close, no kick is necessary. This disease is relentless, and so must we be.