Missing Link found between brain, immune system: major disease implications

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'Missing link found between brain, immune system; major disease implications' :


"... but the true significance of the discovery lies in the effects it could have on the study and treatment of neurological diseases ranging from autism to Alzheimer's disease to multiple sclerosis. "

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  • When B12 levels are low , homosysteine levels rise and will lead to Lewy Bodies clogging up neural connections and will be what gives positive diagnosis of dementia . Many people think that dementia is a misdiagnosis . Homosysteine exits the body through vitamin pathways such as B12 , B6 , Folate and Choline .

  • Ah....you've struck a nerve there IWI !

    My relative was misdiagnosed with dementia and ME and is now on monthly injections of B12 after a most stressful battle. She made a remarkable recovery but delay means that she may never recover her memory completely. If they had not wasted so much time waiting for MRI, etc to rule out Altzheimer's, she may have recovered completely.

    There is a lot of research out there that says B12 should be considered before a diagnosis of dementia or Altzheimer's but it is being largely ignored.

  • Haven't been able to get the link to work for me - just comes up with page unavailable

  • I noticed that too Gambit - I saved it so I hope this works:


  • If you scroll down, you'll see that article is listed. Ta dah. Interesting, thank you.

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