Tag: dementia

Posted on March 5, 2019

Young Plasma For Alzheimer’s Disease: Emerging Science That Might Prove To Be Brilliant- @Alkahest

Recent scientific data support the existence of beneficial “rejuvenating” factors in young plasma and the presence of “age-promoting” factors in old plasma.

Posted on September 21, 2016

IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR ALZHEIMERS: EXCITING NEW CLINICAL TRIAL- Raymond Rupert MD, MBA. Rupert Case Management Inc.

U of T neurology professor Sandra Black is cautiously optimistic around positive results of a new Alzheimer’s drug reported last week in the high impact journal Nature. “It’s close to being very promising and potentially very exciting,” Black, a senior scientist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, told the Toronto Star, noting that Sunnybrook is a clinic site for […]

Posted on June 13, 2014

FINDING THE WANDERING PATIENT: TRY LOLA

The wandering patient is a vexatious problem. So when you come across a simple cost effective solution, you want to shout it out. So here goes. Case Study: Stan is 60. He has significant dementia. It started in his mid 50’s.  He is at home with his wife. She is an attentive care giver and […]

Posted on January 23, 2014

WHAT TO DO WHEN AN EMPLOYEE IS CONFUSED AND FORGETFUL?

Today, there is a much higher likelihood of aging employees developing dementia. Mandatory retirement is out. There are more older employees choosing to work. Dementia in the workplace presents a complex scenario for all participants: employees, family members, employers and insurers. Here’s a CASE STUDY: Stan was a cracker jack chief financial officer of a […]