topalli at topalli at
Fri Apr 7 00:37:26 EST 2000

It has been conclusively shown that Aluminium exposure has no effect on
the development of Alzheimer disease as has been shown by many
independent laboratories.

  Aluminium is the second most common metal on the surface of the earth
(besides Iron).  It is not harmful. Initial studies showed that aluminum
can be detected in Alzheimer plaques, however, they do not CAUSE them it
collects there after the fact.  However the popular media unintentionally
has confused a lot of people by blurring the lines between correllation
and causation.

In article <Pine.GSO.4.10.10003201451090.27835-
100000 at>,
  "Gary G. Wilson" <ggw5 at> wrote:
> Has it been conclusively shown that aluminium can increase the risk of
> developing Alzheimer's disease?  If so, is there any concern about the
> aluminium used in dental treatments such as fillings and crowns?
> Gary G Wilson

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