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There is HOPE for Alzheimer's disease sufferers, and for those concerned about their risk for the disease. The solution lies in the diagnosis, not in the treatments designated for the disease today. Think about it, we are viewing this as a "brain only" disease, but the brain is connected to every other system in the body. Alzheimer's is NOT a disease exclusively of the brain. A thorough - broad and deep - diagnosis of your entire health will often provide answers about the causes of AD. Treatable causes that will place you and your doctor in a position to take appropriate measures to PREVENT, SLOW, or REVERSE Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. In The End of Alzheimer's - Dr. Thomas Lewis and Dr. Clement Trempe: * Explore the disease in detail * Describe a simplified guide through a mountain of emerging science explaining how to obtain a PROPER DIAGNOSIS * Explain the pitfalls and shortcomings of current research and clinical medicine * Includes a 5-phase program to PREVENT Alzheimer's disease * Details how to diagnose the disease in asymptomatic people, meaning before patient experiences symptoms * Offer disease management and TREATMENTS for suffers and caregivers What the experts saying about "The End of Alzheimer's" "Drs. Lewis and Trempe have written a mind-opening, well-informed, and intelligent account of the history, present and future interventions, and distillation of keen thinking on the subject of Alzheimer's disease. The book will be the focus of many prospective and pivotal discussions on how medical research will eventually govern this mind-shattering disorder." -Jack C. de la Torre, MD. PhD Senior Editor, Journal of Alzheimer's Disease "The brilliant strategy by Drs. Lewis and Trempe takes advantage of revolutionary new concepts for guiding enhancement of immune function and treatment of chronic infections in prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's disease. The implications of this strategy for the individual and for the population are enormous. Control of dementia, atherosclerosis, and degenerative diseases of aging by the insights of Drs. Lewis and Trempe has the potential for revolutionizing management of chronic disease in the general population." - Kilmer S. McCully, M.D. Chief of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, US Department of Veterans Affairs and pioneer of the Homocysteine Theory
Dr. Thomas J. Lewis holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from MIT. He served in various research capacities prior to starting a scientific consulting business in 1997. In 2005, after the passing of his father from Alzheimer's disease, he has dedicated his time and career to finding a solution to this disease. After finding a clinician, Dr. Trempe, with a profound understanding of Alzheimer's diagnosis and treatment, Dr. Lewis spent the past several years verifying the findings of Dr. Trempe using the vast medical and scientific literature. His research culminates in this book and a plan to start Alzheimer's-specific clinics. Dr. Clement L. Trempe received his MD degree from Ottawa Medical School, Canada. He furthered his studies at Harvard's Schepens Eye Research Institute (SERI) and Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston. He has been on staff at Harvard Medical School teaching hospitals since the 1970s. He is the author of hundreds of medical scientific papers and two pending patents. Dr. Trempe didn't set out to solve the Alzheimer's conundrum; he did set out to treat eye diseases in a different way, however. He, and many others recognize that a sick eye does not reside in a healthy body. A sick eye is, for the most part, in a sick body. Treat the causes of the sick body and the health of the eye will also improve. Dr. Trempe is one of very few Ophthalmologists who take this approach. Why? Because eye doctors treat eye diseases, cardiologists treat heart diseases, neurologist treat brain diseases, and so on. These specialties seldom collaborate. Each medical discipline has its own set of diagnostics and drugs for their special ailments. When Dr. Trempe started diagnosing and treating his "eye" patients for systemic (whole body wide) diseases, back in the 1980s, their eyes did indeed get better. In fact they got much better and stayed much better compared to people who were treated as if their eyes existed in isolation from the rest of the body. Most importantly, many patients with serious disease beyond the eye reported back to Dr. Trempe that these other conditions improved upon his "eye" (whole body) treatments. One of those conditions that improved was Alzheimer's disease.