Videos 2019-02-05T17:40:50+00:00
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Answers to 8 Common Questions

Join us on a mission to demand 10% for germs!
Dr. Leslie Norins, CEO of Alzheimer’s Germ Quest, explains why the National Institutes of Health (NIH) should allocate “10% for Germs”.  The 10% amounts to $230 million of the record-setting $2.3 billion Congress recently gave NIH for this year of Alzheimer’s research. The 10% could be spent investigating the role of bacteria, viruses and other infectious agents.


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CEO Dr. Leslie Norins, MD, Ph.D announces the $1 million challenge award for the scientist who provides persuasive evidence that an infectious agent is the root cause of Alzheimer’s disease.

Vice President Rainey Norins talks about her family connection to Alzheimer’s disease.

Goodwill Ambassador Sheila Harris-Schutz discusses her 13-year experience as a caregiver to two close family members (including her husband, former Porsche CEO Peter Schutz).

Answers to 8 Common Questions – Featuring Dr. Leslie Norins

Microbes can already be residing in your brain, silently!

Learn the 3 pathways germs use to reach the brain.

Amyloid plaques are the hallmark substance found in the brain of Alzheimer’s patients and are still a puzzle.

Recent studies show inflammation is causing the brain to react to something…could it be a germ?

Discover which two infectious diseases go long undercover and then often surface later in life.

Preliminary research findings hint Alzheimer’s disease may be favorably influenced by antibiotics. More research is needed.

Some surprising results indicate more research must be done on possible transmission.

Brain surgeons have a surprisingly high death rate from Alzheimer’s disease. Why?