Dr. Trempe at Harvard showed me the connection between Alzheimer's, Glaucoma - which is neurodegeneration in the eye - and infection.
Since then I've managed to create a large network of like-minded thinkers headed by Dr. Judith Miklossy, MD, PhD from Switzerland.
She invited me and Jazz to attend a conference about 2 years ago on this topic. 24 people presented. At some point as part of the Chronic Disease Support program, I'll show you that presentation.
As part of that program, Dr. Miklossy organized top researchers and had us write papers that were all published. Just now, those publications are compiled into a book.
To be sure, some of the topics are covered in great scientific detail, but I recommend you look at the abstracts to get a sense for the diversity of organisms that can contribute to neurodegeneration.
Those of you who know me realize that I believe the organisms cause neurodegeneration by impacting the vessels supplying the neurons. I'm finding that isn't always the case, however. Certain viruses can occupy neurons, impacting their function. I'm currently reading a book by Paul Ewald - the absolute expert in this field. The book, written for the general public, is called "Plague Time."
Here are some links:
Book of research assembled by Dr. Miklossy including Dr. Lewis paper.
My videos explaining the vascular component of Alzheimer's
Here is a link to Dr. Ewald book Plague Time
I'm trying to support the little guy, so the link above is NOT to Amazon.
Next Chronic Disease Support seminar - TODAY - will discuss how our body uses nutrition to rebuild our tissue.
It's not too late to join this program. I'll send any newbies a link to past presentations....
Thomas J. Lewis, Ph.D.