• FDA Attacking Supplements to Boost Alzheimers Drug Sales?

    At the present time, Eli Lilly has a potential blockbuster drug for Alzheimer’s in the third and final phase of FDA trials. Currently called solanezumab, if approved it could bring in $7.6 billion in sales by 2024—and that might be a conservative estimate. This is despite evidence the drug doesn’t work that well, at least in later stages of the disease. But if it can be shown to have some benefit for the early stages, that could be enough to make it a huge moneymaker and turn around Eli Lilly’s earnings. The stock has already risen on the prospect. Biogen also has an Alzheimer’s drug in trials. The drug companies view Alzheimer’s as one of their very best potential markets. Meanwhile, natural therapies are already showing great promise against Alzheimer’s. We covered some of this in an earlier article. Since then, Dale Bredesen, MD, who works at the Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research at UCLA, has published a paper reporting success with natural therapies in treating nine out of ten patients. The thrust of Bredesen’s thesis is that as powerful as natural therapies are, they are even more powerful when individualized to the patient, an idea which is complete anathema to the drug companies and their allies at the FDA. More importantly, use of natural therapies could undercut potential drug profits. Is this why brain supplements are suddenly under attack? Does the FDA want to clear away competition for the new drug?

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  • FDA Attacking Supplements to Boost Alzheimers Drug Sales?

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    At the present time, Eli Lilly has a potential blockbuster drug for Alzheimer’s in the third and final phase of FDA trials. Currently called solanezumab, if approved it could bring in $7.6 billion in sales by 2024—and that might be a conservative estimate. This is despite evidence the drug doesn’t work that well, at least in later stages of the disease. But if it can be shown to have some benefit for the early stages, that could be enough to make it a huge moneymaker and turn around Eli Lilly’s earnings. The stock has already risen on the prospect. Biogen also has an Alzheimer’s drug in trials. The drug companies view Alzheimer’s as one of their very best potential markets. Meanwhile, natural therapies are already showing great promise against Alzheimer’s. We covered some of this in an earlier article. Since then, Dale Bredesen, MD, who works at the Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research at UCLA, has published a paper reporting success with natural therapies in treating nine out of ten patients. The thrust of Bredesen’s thesis is that as powerful as natural therapies are, they are even more powerful when individualized to the patient, an idea which is complete anathema to the drug companies and their allies at the FDA. More importantly, use of natural therapies could undercut potential drug profits. Is this why brain supplements are suddenly under attack? Does the FDA want to clear away competition for the new drug?

    President Obama publicly declared war on Alzheimer’s disease in 2010.
    That’s when he signed a bill called the National Alzheimer’s Project Act (NAPA) into law. That created a huge nationwide task force of scientists and researchers.
    It involved millions in funding, and a green light for hundreds of new studies…
    It was great PR for Obama. Bumped up his approval ratings for a little while.
    But actually curing the disease? That was NEVER part of their plan.

    BUT THEY DID CURE ALZHEIMERS
    And the results they’re getting aren’t simply better than prescription drugs – they’re in a whole different league.
    In fact, the stunning transformations have some doctors and researchers cautiously whispering the word “cure”…
    • One patient – a 69-year-old business owner named Tom – was getting so bad he couldn’t remember the names and faces of the people who worked for him. But what really set off the alarm bells was when he read 6 chapters of a book… before he realized he had just finished that same book a week ago.
    Brain scans showed clear evidence of Alzheimer’s disease. And things were getting rapidly worse.
    But just a few short months of the ICT protocol completely reversed his symptoms. His memory snapped back to life. He could recall the name and face of everyone he worked with without a second thought.
    Well, I’m afraid president Obama can’t let that happen.
    Let me explain…


    See, NAPA – like all Big Government’s “wars on disease” – was really just a handout to Big Pharma, plain and simple.
    You see, by creating programs like NAPA, the government gets to control the flow of money used for research.
    Then they funnel that money into research that they KNOW will never lead to a cure.
    For Alzheimer’s disease, that means lots of studies on new prescription drugs, even though…
    Billions of dollars and decades of research into prescription Alzheimer’s drugs have completely FAILED to slow the disease, let alone cure it!
    Billions of dollars and decades of research into prescription Alzheimer’s drugs have completely FAILED to slow the disease, let alone cure it!

    The FDA cant make any money on the cure for Alzheimers desease was discovered by NAPA IS FROM A HEALTH FOOD STORE THAT COSTS PENNIES ON THE DOLLAR AND CURES and reverses ALZHEIMERS DESEASE within 2 months back to normal and. THATS WHY THEY ARE TRYING TO FIND A PRESCRIPTION DRUG WITH SIDE EFFECTS THAT CAN LEAVE YOU LIFELESS and costs tens of thousands of dollars and thats why ALZHEIMERS ,CANCER,DIABETES, WILL NEVER BE CURED AND WILL ONLY SERVE AS A WAY THE GOV'T CAN FUNNEL TRILLIONS TO THE FDA FOR RESEARCH

    TO CONTROL OUR DOCTORS,OUR GOVERNMENT,AND WALL STREET AND IN TURN CONTROL CONGRESS .

    THE ICT protocol CURE : LITHIUM,VITAMIN E AND FLAXSEED OIL (NO SIDE EFFECTS)

    (page 355 of treasuty of natural cures )
    use low-dose lithium only (capsules or tablets containing 5 milligrams
    of lithium from lithium aspartate or lithium orotate) is available from a
    few natural food stores and compounding pharmacies, as well as from
    the Tahoma Clinic Dispensary.
    To be on the safe side,anyone taking lithium
    also take a teaspoonful or two of flaxseed oil (or other essential fatty
    acid), along with 400 IU vitamin E each day.
    Lithium at high doses is dangerous for the heart so take 5 to 10 mg at the most availabe at health food stores but lithium over 30 megs is available only on prescription. aLL THIS COSTS ABOUT $35.00 FOR A MONTHS SUPPLY.

    GO ALSO TO : pubmed.org and look up lithium

  • FDA Attacking Supplements to Boost Alzheimers Drug Sales?

    Wishes someone would also scrutinize every MS drug thats promoted and do data on everyone whos died with MS what MS meds they all took