Dr. Barry Sears Dr. Sears Comments:

There is a good chance that all the theories on Alzheimer’s plaques may be faulty if the amyloid plaque is simply a sign of microbial penetration into the brain and the lack of resolution of the inflammation that is a consequence of its entry.

Obscure Disease May Offer Backdoor to New Treatments for Alzheimer’s and Other Killers

About 100 times rarer than Parkinson’s, and often mistaken for it, progressive supranuclear palsy afflicts fewer than 20,000 people in the U.S.-and two thirds do not even know they have it.