AUGUST 2015 – UPDATE ON THE ROAD TO THE CURE

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About 98% of all drugs cannot reach the brain…Some drugs that do reach the brain only “treat symptoms” for a short while …For the first time in the history of mankind…  You need not be a scientist or a physician to learn and understand that drugs have to reach the brain in order for them to be effective in curing brain diseases. Did you know … [Read more...]

INHALED LEVODOPA IMPROVES MOTOR FUNCTION IN PARKINSON’S

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From the Publication: Neurology Advisor Hannah Dellabella, Asst Editor SAN DIEGO — Inhaled levodopa (CVT-301) can reduce the amount of “off” time per day for patients with Parkinson's on an oral levodopa/dopamine-decarboxylase inhibitor regimen, according to a study presented at the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) … [Read more...]

DID YOU KNOW? Interesting FOOD Facts

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ABOUT PASTURED EGGS VERSUS CAGED BIRD’S EGGS In 2007, Mother Earth News commissioned an independent lab to test eggs from 14 pastured flocks and compared the results with nutrition data from the USDA on eggs from commercial flocks. The results were dramatic:   This huge uptick in micronutrients and healthy fat in pastured eggs makes … [Read more...]

AN ENCYLOPEDIA OF OTHER DISEASES AND CONDITIONS RESEMBLING PARKINSON’S DISEASE.

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HOW MANY OF THESE HAVE YOU HEARD OF? National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) NINDS has been a supporter of Parkinson’s Resource Organization almost from PRO’s inception. With their permission, we have taken information from their website, which you can do as well. We encourage you to visit their site to learn the … [Read more...]

NAELA APPLAUDS MOVE TO PAY DOCTORS FOR ADVANCE CARE PLANNING

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CMS Rule Would Cover These Discussions  Under Medicare Washington, D.C. — The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) applauds the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for proposing a rule to pay providers for discussing advance care plans with their patients under Medicare Part B. NAELA previously sent a letter to … [Read more...]