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Neurological Wellness Center Physicians Group Asks CBS to Air the 60-Minute Show “A New Shot at Life” in the United States
Date:4/10/2013

ellness Center, a private medical group in Managua Nicaragua, authorized this press release.

Presently all FDA-approved drugs for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease simply slow the rate of disease progression. Enbrel, when administered to the area between cervical vertebrae C-5 and C-6, enables the recovery of cognitive function, reversing impairments to memory, resulting in an improved sense of well-being and more engaging social interaction. A portion of those people treated with perispinal Enbrel injections will go on to live normal lives and eventually die of causes unrelated to Alzheimer’s disease.

This 60 Minute episode clearly illustrates that rapid recovery of memory and cognitive functions is possible following a single perispinal injection of the drug Enbrel. There is a growing body of evidence that the impairments persons with Alzheimer’s disease experience are the result of the neuro-inflammatory response to the buildup of amyloid-beta plaques and tau proteins in the brain. TNF-alpha, a protein cytokine, is a central regulator of the human inflammatory response not only in the brain but throughout the body.

Excess TNF-alpha in the brain can disrupt synaptic communication. Excess TNF-alpha triggers a cycle whereby toxic amyloid-beta is produced. This results in greater levels of pro-inflammatory TNF-alpha. Etanercept (Enbrel) is a fusion of two proteins naturally occurring in the human body that was developed to treat various inflammatory diseases by binding to TNF-alpha, effectively neutralizing its ability to act on cell membranes. Enbrel treatment has a rapid effect, reversing cognitive impairment, and validating the role excess TNF-alpha has in the Alzheimer’s disease process. Enbrel’s long half-life (70 to 132 hours) enables a series of treatments to produce sequential progressive improvements in cognitive function that can be maintained long term. The standard method for delivering CNS-active medication to the b
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