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The association between high levels of homocysteine and dementia – including Alzheimer's disease – has been observed in epidemiological studies and confirmed case-control studies in which patients with with vascular dementia and Alzheimer's disease had higher levels of homocysteine than did healthy people. A direct link between increases in plasma homocysteine and loss of cognition was shown by Seshardi et al at the Boston University School of Medicine and reported in the New England Journal of Medicine (Feb. 14, 2002). (Source: Life Extension magazine, December 2003.)

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