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Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. German psychiatrist and neuropathologist Alois Alzheimer first described this incurable and terminal disease in 1906. It is generally diagnosed in people 65 years of age and older. Alzheimer’s disease can take a toll on the patient, the caregiver, as well as family members. . It is frequently related to the aging process, although many elderly ones never experience symptoms. It has been found to be degenerative and inherited. In 2006, there were 26.6 million patients affected globally. Alzheimer’s is predicted to affect one in 85 people worldwide by 2050.

 

Alzheimer’s Disease and Live Cell Therapy

One woman suffered from Alzheimer’s for 10 years.  At the age of 65 she found it to be untreatable.  She took a cocktail of Live Cell Extract, including brain extract, thymus, and other cell treatments. Eight days after implantation the patient spontaneously came into her doctor and was able to speak without stuttering, and showed almost no signs of trouble recalling people’s faces or names anymore, and felt “light and free” in her head again. All this made her feel euphoric. This surprising improvement lasted for 3 years. Afterwards cell injections were repeated. This time the same success was achieved after 2.5 weeks, but it lasted 5 years. This means that she received the same implantation dose again when her state had become worse, and today she is free of all her prior symptoms. After the follow-ups in the clinic – on the phone the doctor talks about a “miracle” – it has been concluded that, with the given course of illness, it could not have been Alzheimer’s disease! Be that as it may, the encephala trophic process indicated Alzheimer’s disease, as it was originally diagnosed by the clinic. Even today, due to the course and the present clinical findings, the diagnosis is not believed to be true. There is no doubt that the patient, aged 67, is much more fit today than she was at 49 years of age. Astonishing!