Why Alzheimer’s Can Be Battled With Hope

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People hate hearing that word. It triggers us; it makes us afraid. “I don’t want anyone to know because I don’t want to acknowledge it.” It’s hard to say, hard to spell and leads us into a downward spiral of depression and hopelessness.

There is hope. We have to be brave enough to see new data, new treatments and new opportunities.

Denial is based on fear. But knowledge is power, and there is something we can do about this. It’s called Therapeutic Plasma Exchange, and it is shown to slow moderate cases of Alzheimer’s by 60% over a span of 14 months.

This treatment involves the removal of plasma from your blood and the replacement of new, clean plasma. In essence, you take out the bad things and put in the good things.

In this episode you will discover:

— Degeneration vs. regeneration.

— Your liver needs some help.

— Albumin: the dirty sponge in your plasma.

— If you know something is wrong, something is wrong.

— Those cranky senescent cells.

Dr. David Haase knows that “the body really understands how to create health.” Everyone has to be treated like an individual; there is no magic formula, but there are some amazing results.

One patient had frontotemporal dementia and had lost the ability to speak. After her first 900 cc treatment, she said her first word in a year and a half.

Dr. Haase says it astounds him what the body can recover from. Don’t lose hope, and don’t lose heart.

Listen to this episode of Healthcare’s Missing Link on the Charisma Podcast Network now.

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