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June 18, 2014

"Is Alzheimer’s Caused by an Infection?"

Interesting. Further research is clearly needed, particularly about the direction of causality.

Doctors from the International Alzheimer Research Center in Switzerland published a study indicating a high probability of a causal relationship, not just an association, between spirochete infections and Alzheimer’s disease.

What they discovered was pretty amazing. They found spirochetes in about 90% of Alzheimer’s patients, while the bacteria were virtually absent in healthy age-matched controls. [footnote omitted]

See also Paul Jaminet's posts "Is Alzheimer’s Caused By a Bacterial Infection of the Brain?" and "Eleven Steps for Overcoming Alzheimer’s and Other Chronic Infectious Diseases".

UPDATE: First link fixed now. Thanks, Brent.


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Brent Buckner

You wrote:
>"See also Paul Jaminet's posts "Is Alzheimer’s Caused By a Bacterial Infection of the Brain?""

I think you want that link to point someplace else - it goes to the same place as "Eleven Steps".

Thanks for your interesting post!

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