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Dr Judith Miklossy of Switzerland Says Oral Bacteria Present in the Brains of Alzheimer’s/Dementia Patients


This important message is by Dr. Judith Miklossy, sildenafil the director of the International Alzheimer’s Research Center in Switzerland.

Running Time: 0 min. 39 secs

Transcript:

“I am Judith Miklossy. I am from Switzerland, and I am the director of the International Alzheimer’s Research Center. And the goal of this research center is to show the involvement of spirochetes in Alzheimer’s disease. And to take care of our oral health is extremely important as it was shown that several types of oral spirochetes can be involved and can be found in the brain in Alzheimer’s disease. So take care of your oral health, as oral spirochetes can get to the brain and cause Dementia.”

Running Time: 02 min. 35 sec.

Transcript:

Dr. Mike Milligan:
Hi I’m Dr Mike Milligan. I’m here with Dr Judith Miklossy of Switzerland, and the International Alzheimer’s Research Center. Judith thanks so much for being with me.

Dr. Judith Miklossy:
Thank you very much for this invitation.

Dr. Mike Milligan:
OK. Now as we know, the bacteria in the mouth can affect the entire body. One of the worst diseases possible that we all fear probably even more than death itself is Dementia and Alzheimer’s. Tell me about the research, the spirochetes that can go from the mouth to the brain and the problems that that can cause,

Dr. Judith Miklossy:
Indeed six different oral periodontal pathogen spirochetes were found to be present in the brain in Alzheimer’s patients so it is extremely important to take care of oral health in order to prevent Dementia.

Dr. Mike Milligan:
Six different bacteria in the mouth were found in the brain in Dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Dr. Judith Miklossy:
Yes, six different periodontal pathogen spirochetes were found to be present in the brain in Alzheimer’s patients so this is extremely important to take care of this to prevent it. So recently we have reviewed all the data in respect to the detection of spirochetes in Alzheimer’s disease and the analysis of this data showed a very strong statistical significant association between the spirochetal infection in Alzheimer’s disease and in between them there were these six different oral spirochetes; and in addition oral spirochetes can infect together in the same brain of an Alzheimer’s patient, so this is extremely really important to take care of the oral health.

Dr. Mike Milligan:
Judith thank you so much for all that you do. You are going to impact the health of so many people. We need to get their oral health healthy to help prevent Dementia and Alzheimer’s. We appreciate so much – thank you for being with us, Judith.

Dr. Judith Miklossy:
I think the work that you are doing is extremely important because I think people from different branches of medicine should get together to go faster on this way, and the dental practice will be the most important in order to prevent not only Dementia but also other chronic disorders because you can do it very early.

Dr. Mike Milligan:
Thank you so much, Judith.

Dr. Judith Miklossy:
Thank you very much.

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