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Alzheimer’s attracts record interest at IDWEEK2019

“Interest from infectious disease experts was way up this year,” says Leslie Norins, MD, PhD, CEO of Alzheimer’s Germ Quest, Inc.  The group, which encourages investigation of microbes as overlooked triggers of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), exhibited for the second year at IDWEEK2019, held in Washington in early October.

The message of […]

2019-10-12T15:34:56+00:00 October 12, 2019|News|

Nursing home industry will be financially devastated by a simple cure for Alzheimer’s disease

A quick, simple cure for Alzheimer’s will remove many dementia patients from nursing homes and assisted living units, causing serious revenue and job losses.

Naples, Fla.  A simple, quick cure for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) will be a “medical miracle”, but will also slash $67 billion of revenue from nursing home operators […]

2019-09-16T07:41:30+00:00 September 16, 2019|News|

Alzheimer’s disease virus research spotlighted at HHV-6 conference

Evidence indicating human herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6) and related herpesviruses may contribute to the causation of Alzheimer’s disease was presented in late June in a day-long session of the 11th international HHV-6 Conference, in Quebec City, reports Leslie Norins, MD, PhD, CEO of Alzheimer’s Germ Quest, Inc. (AGQ) who […]

2019-07-08T17:27:41+00:00 July 8, 2019|News|

New “Beehive Theory” asserts germs may cause the late damage in traumatic brain injury

Microbes may be responsible for the deterioration in brain function seen years after participation in football, boxing, soccer and other contact sports, and in soldiers who survive blast injuries, asserts Leslie Norins, M.D., Ph.D. in his new “Beehive Theory.” His formulation was recently published in the peer-reviewed medical journal, […]

2019-05-06T15:36:19+00:00 April 29, 2019|News|