ChaseDog31 Monday, 08/17/20 10:08:19 AM Re: None Post # of 17487 This is kind of personal for me. I lost my mother 11 years ago to Vascular Dementia. It mirrors the symptoms of Alzheimers. She was misdiagnosed for years and took Alzheimers drugs that did nothing for her. Alzheimers is a buildup of chromium on the brain that usually kills the patient within 8 to 12 years. Vascular dementia does not. It is caused by poor blood flow to the brain usually caused by very tiny strokes. Many times they are missed because they happen while sleeping. They show up on brain MRI's as tiny black dots. My mom had 12 to 15. Because her body was healthy she lived 14 years after being diagnosed. The last 5 years were awful. Imagine a drink that a vascular dementia sufferer could take at breakfast every day that would protect the brain from the damage of a tiny stroke, or even start to repair the cognitive damage? It is estimated that 50 million people worldwide suffer from dementia, the majority being Alzheimers. The market is vast. Could the grand NDTP plan be to bring to market two drinks? A general one for over the counter distribution targeting general brain health, and a much more targeted one by prescription only for those diagnosed with dementia?