I recently met with a researcher at UW-Madison who focuses on bio-identical hormone replacement in women and men. His research centers around the delay, decrease and improving the course of multiple age-related diseases including Alzheimer’s, Coronary heart dz, Stroke, Diabetes type II, metabolic syndome and obesity. In meeting with this PhD, the value in blending his research knowledge with my clinical patients’ history, hormone sx’s worksheet information and q3-6month hormone levels in a published format can help get the word out to patients. Imagine preventing Alzheimer’s! It’s a fantastic claim but to date, there are no good leads for prevention of Alzheimer’s. Just think, how many men or women in their mid-40’s have Alzheimer’s? Isn’t Alzheimer’s a disease of the ‘old’? If you are interested in more information about this research or would like to participate in this research, please contact us to find out how to get involved. 262-524-9116.