Betreff: Alzheimers - David Hyde Pierce's "Alzheimers' Assoc Champion Campaign....


Datum: Mon, 30 Jul 2007 19:36:44 EDT


Subject:   David Hyde Pierce ...Alzheimers' Association Champion Campaign...

USA TODAY  -  6-24-07


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Joanne Mueller  wrote: <  7-30-07  (response to USA Today article 6-24-07) re David Hyde Pierce and his "Alzheimers' Association Champion Campaign   -  and posted on:  )


If anyone can provide a direct email address for David Hyde Pierce (I have tried before re his various Alzheimers' interviews, funding efforts, etc. -- I have "vital information" that he and everyone else in the U.S. (as well as around-the-world) must hear.

Not only can Alzheiemers be "slowed down" for many persons, there are indications that Alzheimers may possibly be prevented. I am not the only one who knows this -- there are a lot of facts being minimized as well as being kept from the public on purpose..

My email (November 2006) addressed to Dr. Marilyn Albert, a member of the Alzheimers" Advisory Board Task Force, contains background information regarding my efforts to help others for over 15 years:(as an EMF/EMR researcher/activist)

Simply providing distance between persons and electric and telephone items (numerous items of concern -- see my website: ) especially at night or wherever persons spend many hours a day such as on a couch or recliner chair, has the potential of reducing all health problems by a minimum of 51% (my estimate based on knowledge acquired from personal experiences in dealing with rare immune deficiencies, conducting guinea pig studies after exposures to electric meters; and reviews of countless scientific studies, reports, books, etc. as well as many years of one-on-one interaction with the general public)..

As you know, assuming you read my email appeal to Dr. Albert, my own husband is now said not to have Alzheimers afterall. He was diagnosed by a top neurologist in Minneapolis after years of declining neuropsych tests. After I moved his clock radio off his nightstand and convinced him to take melatonin every night before going to bed (we also take numerous other supplements including Omega 3 fish oil, Coenzyme Q-10, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, selenium, magnesium, folic acid, ginko biloba and more....), he has now improved in three parts of his Executive Function -- thus, the "reversal of his Alzheimer's diagnosis!!!

Through help obtained via communicating with Dr. Duane Graveline (retired astronaut, medical doctor and researcher) -- see:  , I also had my husband stop taking his statin, Lipitor. There are many reasons why taking medications and even certain supplements -- when sleeping close to electrical appliances and/or telephone equipment) -- may be causing serious chemical reactions that result in a doubling or tripling of adverse effects of medications. Even the drug company, "Merck", knew that statins would reduce vital Coenzyme Q-10 levels. The original patent called for inclusion of Coenzyme Q-10. EMF/EMR exposures are known to reduce this vital enzyme.......

The urgency of my message(s) can not be understated!!!  It is beginning to look like autism is overlapping with Alzheimers!!!   Take care everyone and "research, research, research...."   Joanne ( 7-30 -07)

Joanne C. Mueller, Guinea Pigs "R" Us, 731, 123rd Avenue N.W., Minneapolis, Minnesota 55448-2127, USA.....Phone: 763-755-6114 ..... Email:  ,,,,,,, or:



Subject:   David Hyde Pierce ...Alzheimers' Association Champion Campaign...


USA TODAY  -  6-24-07


David Hyde Pierce targets Alzheimer's disease in campaign


WASHINGTON (AP) — David Hyde Pierce is helping start a campaign against Alzheimer's disease, which he saw two family members suffer from.

"I think the hardest thing in both cases, with my grandfather and with my dad, were the moments when they understood what was happening to them," Pierce said on ABC's This Week program in a segment that aired Sunday. "It's a disease that takes your brain apart, a piece at a time. And it doesn't stop till it kills you."

The longtime Frasier co-star said the Alzheimer's Association's Champions campaign aims to recruit one American for every person with Alzheimer's. A website lets people sign up for events, make donations and buy T-shirts. More than 5 million people in the U.S. live with the disease, according to the association.

"All we have to do is find a way to slow it down," Pierce said. "We're not trying to keep people from dying. We're trying to keep people from dying this way."

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