Current Posts – 6 Aug 2015

There’s no effective treatment for Alzheimer’s so you might think the experts would be eager to test anything that looked even slightly promising. But that’s not the way it works for non-drug treatments that might help. The default response to them is to run trials that are set up to fail. Sounds unlikely? Read about what’s been happening with high dose B vitamins  found to cut brain shrinkage by 90%.

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Editor: Jerome Burne | editor@healthinsightuk.org
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