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  1. Please do not miss our other contribution on this subject, especially: "Brain Cholesterol Pathology is the cause of Alzheimer's disease" Koudinov and Koudinova Clin Med Health Res,> Published November 27, 2002 [ Full Text ] see also: Alzheimer’s anti-amyloid vaccination and statins: two approaches, one dogma. The time for change. Koudinov and Koudinova BMJ 20 March 2002 [ Full Text ] Alzheimer's disease and amyloid beta protein Koudinov AR et al Science online,> Published 25 June 2002 [ Full Text ]

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