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Researchers Trying to Pierce Blood-Brain Barrier for New Alzheimer’s Treatments 

Researchers are focusing on an important biological wall in the human body in their search for new treatments for Alzheimer's disease. The scientists have started a clinical trial involving a half-dozen older adults to see if it's possible to safely pierce that protective shield known as the blood-brain barrier (BBB).

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears
This is a rather ridiculous idea since it will create more neurological problems even if there was an existing Alzheimer’s drug that actually worked.  However, there is no blood-brain-barrier to EPA and DHA. Therefore high levels of EPA and DHA in the blood can easily enter into the brain to accelerated the resolution of existing neuroinflammation.

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