Dr. Costantini’s discovery is big news. Unfortunately it has been lost in the maelstrom of political noise and Russiaphobia and has been ignored by the mainstream media, meaning your doctor may not have heard about it. Plus, Dr. Costantini has purposefully avoided initiating a promotional campaign to tout his successes or patent his discovery, choosing instead to send his findings to medical journals and conferences for examination, making him something of anomaly in the mainstream medical circles.
Recently a considerable improvement of motor and non-motor symptoms in patients affected by PD was observed with intramuscular daily doses of 100–200 mg of thiamine.
In this report we describe the results obtained from three patients with newly diagnosed PD. We have decided to treat the patients with high doses of thiamine in order to clarify the potential effect of vitamin B1 alone in the initial therapy of the disease.