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New Alzheimer's Treatment Protocol Produces Significant Results
Date:4/11/2013

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  1.  For people with intact memory, extensive and compelling information is presented on how to significantly reduce oneʼs risk of Alzheimerʼs Disease.
  2.  For people with the mild to moderate memory loss of Alzheimerʼs Disease, Dr. Van Horn details the unique treatment protocol he currently prescribes to significantly slow the progression of memory loss.
  3.  For families with loved ones who have advanced Alzheimerʼs Disease and are suffering with apathy, depression, insomnia, agitation or psychosis, Dr. Van Horn offers his comprehensive eight-step treatment process to restore dignity to the patient and relationship with the family.

"Most people and many doctors perceive Alzheimerʼs Disease as an illness that attacks old people with no intervention possible," remarked Dr. Van Horn . "My mission is not only to refute that perception, but to empower families with a detailed battle plan to win the war with Alzheimerʼs Disease. Every day I see the significant benefits of brain protection and aggressive medical treatment. Most information available about Alzheimerʼs Disease focuses on the suffering of patients and families. "The Alzheimerʼs Journey" offers the solution to the suffering. I am excited about "The Alzheimerʼs Journey" because I know it will tremendously benefit millions of families."

Previews of the entire series are available for viewing online at www.protectyourbrain.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thealzheimersjourney.

About William A. Van Horn , MD

William A. Van Horn , MD is a Diplomat of the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry with more than
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