Who's going to the free Drs Summit on Reversing Alzheimer's?

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Who's going to the free Drs Summit on Reversing Alzheimer's?

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There is a Drs Summit on Reversing Alzheimer's coming up. It starts on 14 June, it’s free, and you can watch as much of it, or as little of it as you like, but it’ll be packed full of information about what you can do to improve your brain health. I went to last year's and I really enjoyed it.
Sign up now to make sure you get a free place: https://reversealzheimers.drsummits.com ... 3&ref=2425
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I bought the series. So, I already have it. It was very reasonably priced and I get to keep it to review as needed. I started with Julie G's interview and she hit it out of the park. She is such an amazing advocate!
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I just bought it a couple of days ago and started it. Looking forward to (hopefully) new information I haven't already learned from Apollo's site or this site. Downloaded the freebies they included and paid for the two additional seminars. I'm overwhelmed with information! :lol:

Will set aside an hour a day to get through it all!
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I attended. That's how I found out about this community. :D
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1ofMany wrote: Tue Jun 28, 2022 12:43 am I attended. That's how I found out about this community. :D
Welcome 1ofMany!

We're glad you found this community! Like you, I found this community after reading of Dr. Bredesen's work and going down lots of other "rabbit holes" of information as someone with two copies of ApoE4. This is a place that brings many of us hope for ourselves and each other.

We each bring our unique perspective and experiences with ApoE4, and often with caring for loved ones who had Alzheimer's disease. We'd love to know more about which sessions you found most helpful, what questions you which had been covered and your own story of ApoE4. You can see examples of others who may have stories similar to yours on our Our Stories forum topic and add a new topic any time you'd like!

Warmly,

Nancy
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I've been following DrSummits monthly webinars for about a year, mostly to learn about the rare chronic illnesses I have that very few doctors treat. I registered for the Reverse Alzheimers summit late and listened to Day 1 during the replay. One of the female Day 1 speakers talked about the APOE risk for Alzheimer's and apoe.info. I checked my 23AndMe raw data and realized I am one who has a much greater risk than many so I joined this community. Bredesen spoke at earlier summits but I didn't realize then how much PreCODE is relevant to me until this week.
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1ofMany wrote: Tue Jun 28, 2022 7:51 pm I've been following DrSummits monthly webinars for about a year, mostly to learn about the rare chronic illnesses I have that very few doctors treat. I registered for the Reverse Alzheimers summit late and listened to Day 1 during the replay. One of the female Day 1 speakers talked about the APOE risk for Alzheimer's and apoe.info. I checked my 23AndMe raw data and realized I am one who has a much greater risk than many so I joined this community. Bredesen spoke at earlier summits but I didn't realize then how much PreCODE is relevant to me until this week.
Hello 1ofMany and welcome to the site. I hope you are finding helpful information and resources here. It looks like you are very proactive in educating yourself about your health. As you know, our daily habits, lifestyle, environmental factors, etc., all play a major role in our current and future health regardless of our genes. Your determination to learn about your rare chronic disease and health challenges is admirable.

As a welcome intern I would like to point out some links that might be helpful as you explore further. The Primer includes researched-based prevention strategies.

Some helpful tips and tricks to navigate the site include the How-to Guide. This guide is a great resource I found helpful when I started posting. It includes topics such as navigating the forum, private messaging, and searching. One great tip is using the quote (") button when replying to a post. Using the button will automatically alert the member of your response. It really helps to keep the conversation going.

Again, I am so glad you are here and hope you find the support you need as you continue to learn and grow on your health journey. Please feel free to share anything exciting you may find or ask any questions. I look forward to hearing from you in the future.

Be well,
Beth
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