Survival Medicine Podcast: Alzheimer’s, Trials, Russian Vaccine

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The podcast is not going to talk just about COVID today, but  it’s a good idea to keep a running update and how Dr. and Ms. Alton’s views are evolving based on what seems to be happening these days. So the Altons throw a few stats at you and tell you what they mean, if they’re believable, and how it affects, or should affect, peoples’ activity.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced Tuesday that the country has approved a coronavirus vaccine despite not having completed crucial clinical trials to determine its efficacy and safety. What are clinical trials and why are they required in most cases for a new drug or vaccine?

Plus, a listeners of our friend Jack Spirko’s Survival Podcast asks about strategies to prevent Alzheimer’s dementia even if you have the genetic markers and a family history. Dr. Joe Alton tells you what you need to know about this devastating disease.

All this and more on the latest Survival Medicine Podcast with Joe and Amy Alton!

To listen in, click below:

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/survivalmedicine/2020/08/11/survival-medicine-podcast-alzheimers-trials-russian-vaccine

Wishing you the best of health in good times or bad,

Joe Alton MD Amy Alton ARNP

The Altons

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