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December 10, 2008

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SHEILA DENNEHY

WILL ACETYLN CARNITINE, PHOSPHATIDYL CHOLINE, PLUS B COMPLEX, B12 1000 MGS VIT B6 100, AND FOLIC ACID 800, IN ANY WAY HELP AN ALZ PATIENT ALONG WITH FISH OIL AND MAGNESIUM, I WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR OPINION.
S.D

Mona Johnson

Sheila, thanks for your comment. I'm not qualified to answer your question. You can see some information about supplements and herbs promoted as useful for Alzheimer's at http://www.tangledneuron.info/the_tangled_neuron/alternative-medicine-vita.html. Unfortunately, clinical trial results for many of these potential treatments have been disappointing. If you decide to go ahead with these supplements, I would also check with your doctor to make sure they won't harm the person with Alzheimer's, and won't interact with each other or with prescription medicines.

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