New Hope for Memory Loss
Therapeutic Plasma Exchange is an innovative new therapy that has the potential to considerably slow down the rate of brain and body degeneration.
Regenerating HOPE for Dementia
Could it be that dementia has had no meaningful treatment advances in the last 15 years because we are asking the wrong questions? Systems Medicine pioneer David Haase, MD integrates science, philosophy, data, and inspiring experiences from his innovative medical practice to reveal new possibilities for creating health, optimizing human performance, and reversing dementia.
Watch Dr. Haase’s TED Talk below.
Slow Aging and Alzheimer’s
Blood washing could be the new standard in longevity and change your Alzheimer’s risk. In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, Dr. Haase and Dave Asprey discuss the viability of new treatments for neurodegenerative diseases.
Listen to the podcast on slowing aging and Alzheimer’s below.
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