Plumster wrote:I was just about to write that Dr. Raby no longer takes patients, and I see you beat me to it!
Dr. Buchanen is my current doctor and she knows about Dr. Bredesen's book. I'm not sure if she read it, but she knows about it. I'm sticking with her for now, but I don't feel that she is so knowledgeable in this area. As with any dr., though, she's strong in some areas and not so much in others. She understand the e4 gene pretty well and she will help you, so it's a good place to start.
A word of caution: if you order labs, she may also send you labs to Boston Heart Diagnostics without telling you. This seems to be a Raby Institute "tradition" (look up their Yelp reviews). The lab results will come back with your genetic tests, noting your e4 status and any MTHFR mutations. I had already told her about my genes, so there was no surprise and I didn't mind too much that this happened. There was lots of good info in there and it appears I didn't pay for it? (Time will tell.) But I guess for several patients this genetic info was unwanted knowledge. There's something a little odd about this mutual relationship between the Raby Institute and the Boston Heart Diagnostics.
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