Guilty until Proven Innocent

In a court of law, you are innocent until proven guilty. In science, you are guilty until proven innocent. The FDA assumes that medications don't work ("guilty") and that it's up to the pharmaceutical company, or whoever else is bringing the claim, to prove that the medication is more effective than placebo in a minimum of two separate double-blind (neither the patient nor doctor knows if active medication or placebo is given) clinical studies involving hundreds to even thousands of patients.

Unraveling Alzheimers Disease

Unraveling Alzheimers Disease

I leave absolutely nothing out! Everything that I learned about Alzheimer’s I share with you. This is the most comprehensive report on Alzheimer’s you will ever read. No stone is left unturned in this comprehensive report.

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