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Dean Ornish, MD – Keynote: Reviewing the Science of Integrative Medicine

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    I’m a 10 year survivor of early Alzheimer’s disease and an 8-year survivor of early prostate cancer. Years ago, I was inspired by your lifestyle program with heart health to create my own program for mitigating AD, reasoning that what’s good for the heart is good for the brain. I added mental exercise to your components of the program, and also focus on music learning, singing, and playing as a central part of my program. I’ve been doing well with it, and the recent FINGER study in Finland and the MEND study of early AD patients at UCLA by Dr. Bredesen have largely validated my approach. So has your recent study that showed its benefits for early PC patients. Do you have any specific recommendations about tweaking your program for someone dealing with both AD and PC, e.g., specific adjustments to nutrition, either diet or supplements? Also, given that my main symptom of AD, since way before diagnosis, has been reduced energy and fatigue, any specific recommendations to help overcome fatigue?

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