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How does one get started on the Mend Protocol?
Hello @bobbijo — Welcome to Connect. I had not heard of the MEND protocol so I did a little research and found a few links that may help you:
National Institutes of Health – Integrative MEND Protocol for Reversing Alzheimer’s Picked Up in Aging and by George Washington University
Science Based Medicine – MEND Protocol For Alzheimer’s Disease
Memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s reversed for first time – Small trial by UCLA and Buck Institute succeeds using ‘systems approach’ to memory disorders
@bobbijo are you able to share a little more about why you want to try the MEND protocol?
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Thank you John. I take care of a very special lady who's too young to be diagnosed with dementia. A 52 year old career woman who's life changed in an instant. Being at her home, it is very apparent they have a serious black mold issue. I just feel there's a link, so I googled it. It stated mold toxicities can cause dementia and checking for this, is a lot of times overlooked and that it can be reversed.
Hi @bobbijo, thank you for being an advocate for the lady you are taking care of. Mold toxicity like you said can really cause some bad health issues. I use Google Scholar a lot (https://scholar.google.com/) because it will find more research type information. Not sure if that is what you use. I did a search on mold exposure toxic injury and was surprised at all of the links it found:
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