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My Mum's partial recovery from Alzheimer's
HoprItHelps
Posted: Saturday, September 26, 2020 8:02 AM
Joined: 9/26/2020
Posts: 3


The account picture isn't me, it is my Mum, just in case you were wondering.

 I cared for my Mum for 7 years till she died at the end of July.  For the last year of her life she was relearning to talk and her Alzheimer's had stopped progressing.  I have been telling her story to Doctors, Nurses, Universities and any professional that would listen, but none really did.  Following her death I think it is safe to tell anyone who cares to read her story.  It is probably a bit long to tell here so I put it on a company website.  I apologize if this breaks any forum rules, but I don't know how else to get her story out there.

http://www.davron.co.uk/Alzheimers.html

In memory of my Mum and in the hope that her story will help others.

 

B


HoprItHelps
Posted: Saturday, October 3, 2020 5:13 AM
Joined: 9/26/2020
Posts: 3


http://www.davron.co.uk/Alzheimers.html

The reaction here has been very similar to the health professionals, mild interest but nobody really cares.  Maybe I underplayed the Title, THERE IS A CURE FOR ALZHEIMER'S might have been better.  Anyway I have done my best, I gave my Mum the best life she could hope for and my job is now done.  So I hope that someone picks up on this and takes it forward.

Good luck to all carers.  I will always be particularly connected to those caring for Alzheimer's patients and I hope that this cure, or any cure arrives at best speed.

Regards

B


LovesDaddy
Posted: Sunday, November 8, 2020 6:07 PM
Joined: 11/8/2020
Posts: 1


I’ve read The End of Alzheimer’s Disease and there were plenty of examples of recovery or improvement.
HoprItHelps
Posted: Sunday, November 22, 2020 9:35 AM
Joined: 9/26/2020
Posts: 3


Hi LovesDaddy, thanks for the reply.  I  have to be honest I haven't read the book and as Mum died, my interest in Alzheimer's is somewhat diminished, and so I am unlikely to read it.  I did read quite a few books and many promised the world but delivered little except a profit for the person who wrote the book.  Call me a cynic

I know of other examples of people who had a similar experience to Mum of being extremely ill after an antibiotic cocktail, and then showing some level of recovery from Alzheimer's.  I know that there are research studies currently underway to look at the link between the gut microbiome and Alzheimer's.  I have listed a few on the webpage I created and gave a link to.  I don't want your money, you don't have to buy a book, I didn't write one .  I f you read the webpage I think you will find I followed the science in linking Antibiotics, the gut microbiome, Mum being very ill, and then her remarkable recovery from Alzheimer's.  I do have an updated link to an https version of the webpage.

https://www.davron.co.uk/Alzheimers.html

I wish you and your person with Alzheimer's all the best, look after yourself.

Regards

B