Human study: Clioquinol stops Alzheimer's disease
umpolung at REMOVEhotmail.com
Tue Jan 13 07:41:26 EST 2004
>Forgive me, please, if I await further information.
>[Unless you can tell me that zinc and copper
>ions are not normal constituents of the brain.]
>> > Blanket-blocking of this or that ion's action will
>> > not work.
>> Apparently it did work.
The abstract alone states this; however, it only mentions a decrease
in one of the markers (Abeta42). I think we agree that chelation of
divalent ions is not a good thing. Nevermind the fact that it's only
a study of 36 subjects.
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