Today’s topic is hot with 3 major papers in the last few months, that is the viral hypothesis of Alzheimer’s disease.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) was estimated to affect 35.5 million people worldwide in 2010 and is expected to affect 115.4 million people by 2050.
Four members of the Human Herpes Virus family have been associated with development of Alzheimer’s disease; HSV-1, VZV, HHV-6A, and HHV-7.
My guest today says its time to put it to the test. Joining today is infectious disease physician, Steven LaRosa, MD.
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