Originally Posted by skylou
Is there any way to disolve beta-amyloid plaque in the brain?
First, you have to wonder what this "plaque" is, and how did it get there?
This "plaque" is the result of toxins, caused either by heavy metals such as mercury, that can cross the blood/brain barrier and remain deposited in the brain, or this plaque may be the result of mycotoxins, which are excreeted by fungi.
Vaccines can cause both of the above.
Originally Posted by dsjmz
Once damage is done to the brain cells, there is no way to reverse the damage.
This is not true.
Brain cells are cells, and any cell can be repaired if given what it needs.