PRESCOTT wrote:I was unable to download the piece. My local library is attempting to locate the Journal, print a copy for me. A tremendous service the public library is!
Yes, the public library is a tremendous resource. I should take advantage of it! I used to, a lot.
The article is short but gives the perspective of a neurologist who has himself been diagnosed with early Alzheimer’s. As I recall, his first symptom was a loss of smell. He’s following a Mediterranean diet and doing a few other lifestyle interventions. He’s holding his own and is hoping for more years of that but expecting Alzheimer’s to progress in time. His email address is at the bottom of the article, and I wanted to email him and ask if he’s familiar with Dr. Bredesen’s work and all the additional interventions he could consider. I’d also tell him about ApoE4.Info. But now I can’t access the article, including his email address, though I do still see his name.
So... If you wouldn’t mind sending me a PM with the neurologist’s email address, I’ll follow through on that.
ApoE 4/4 - When I was in 7th grade, my fellow students in history class called me "The Brain" because I had such a memory for detail. I excelled at memorization and aced tests. This childhood memory helps me cope!