Strongly-recommended book: The End of Alzheimer's: Dr Dale Bredesen ,ReCode-The First Program to Prevent and Reverse - Amazon best selling book
Risk Factor of Alzheimer according to Dr Dale Bredesen: 1) Inflammation in any parts of body - Vit C, D, E, Fish Oil, Curcumin (All these reduce inflammation）**Bear in mind Fish Oil and Curcumin has blood thinning effects 2) Lack of nutrients - Vit A,B,D,E,K,Zinc 3) Toxic （eg:mercury,heavy metal,pollutants etc) in body - Water,Exercise,Enough of sleep, reduce stress
My father is 76yo and diagnosed with Mild Cognitive Impairment 2 years ago, apart from above vitamins and some medications i also give him some brain trainings and other preventions: 1) Piano lesson twice a week 2) English lesson twice a week 3) Exercise-slow walk 5 times a week 4) At least 1.5L intake of water a day (not include intake from foods) 5) Doing Brain HQ games - developed by the company Posit Science to help to train AD patient's brain 6) High Antioxidant and nutricious foods - a cup of Matcha everyday (Matcha has highest anti-oxidant), an orange everyday (Research in UK shown it is effective to reduce dementia in male) , apple,avocado,brocolli, capsicum,green leaf vege,walnut(best for brain), Miso,fish, salmon (try to avoid farmed salmon), lessen intake take of red meat,salt and sugar.
12-months safety and efficacy data of the Phase 3 LUCIDITY trial, a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, 12-month, safety, and efficacy study of hydromethylthionine mesylate (HMTM) 16 mg/day oral tablet monotherapy in patients with MCI due to probable AD or mild-moderate AD.
LUCIDITY will continue to run for a further 12 months open label phase during which all study patients have access to the 16mg/day oral dose, with expected end results May 2023.
This session will share available information and includes an independent panel discussion on the potential impact of the trial outcome for people with dementia across the spectrum of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) to moderate Alzheimer’s disease, and the future direction of AD research.
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I think some people here don't really study many background of KGB such as the trend of fab expansion , the increase of production from the new factory, the effect of recovery from pandemic to this company, the new oversea market of this company, the new client segment of this company, the end-to-end solutions offer by this company, the major shareholder of this company, the foreseeable increase in profit margin....Please sell to me