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Hello, here is someone throwing out the idea of mandatory testing of employees for the presence of Alzheimer's disease. This was my response -

Hello, testing implies some questions with right and wrong answers to a question which is never asked - Do you have Alzheimer's disease? Since no one can answer that with any consensus backed scientific certainty this seems to be the wrong question at the wrong time.

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Hello, here we go again, curing mice of their Alzheimer's when in fact we don't know if they really have Alzheimer's. We don't know it because no one knows what cause Alzheimer's disease, not even nude mice.

The complicated and as yet not fully known or understood human brain get reduced to a "how long did it take the mouse to find the cheese, or avoid the shock standard. If the mouse "forgot what s/he previously learned, and that mouse had Mouse Alzheimer's disease", and therefore took longer to find the cheese or got shocked than did the mouse who did not have Mouse Alzheimer's Disease - and - the chemical we introduced into the mouse’s brain was the only difference between the two sets of mice abilities to remember, than BINGO we have found a way to cure Alzheimer's Disease.

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Hello, it is said that "the truth will set you free." Not so much in the criminal justice system I fear, but perhaps if enough folks like Scott stand up and speak out, if enough folks like Scott ignore the stigmas of dementia, if enough folks like Scott live purposeful and purpose-filled lives - if just enough do this perhaps others will also be able to resist the pressures to withdraw into themselves, to in effect give up living full lives, and settle for stigma filled views of themselves and their needs.

Grand job Scott. Richard

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Hello, slow down now, is this really "game changing technology", or technology gone amok by its human controllers/inventors? Do the eyes really have it when it comes to definitive diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease, or is this what some folks (mostly investors in the patents and machines and folks needed to act on this claim) want us to believe is true?

Now all that is needed is evidence and consensus that a-beta signature either causes Alzheimer's or is always a direct result of it (whatever "it" turns out to be).

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