Publications in: “14/06/2019”

Recent research suggests that amyloid-beta proteins associated with Alzheimer disease can be transmitted via medical and surgical procedures person-to-person

This evidence presents the initial studies on Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease as a consequence of treatment with cadaver-derived human growth factor hormone.  Post-mortem brain tissue revealed that patients had developed cerebral amyloid deposition in addition to the lesions due to mad cow disease. Clearly, those individuals will never developed Alzheimer because of absence of lifetime to do so. A study of material used for hormone growth extracted from human brain tissue and conserved for more than 30 years, showed in some batches substantial […]