Is this a cure for Progressive supranuclear Palsy?
Here are a few pictures of my father who was misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2010. Eventually after taking him from doctor to doctor Kanwal Suri (born Aug 14th, 1936) was correctly diagnosed with Supranuclear Palsy in 2013. These pictures are taken showing his progress with combination therapy of a specially formulated Nootropic specifically for PSP. Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) is an uncommon brain disorder that affects movement, control of walking (gait/balance), speech, swallowing, vision, mood and behavior, and his thinking. This disease results from damage to nerve cells in the brain.The disorder’s long name indicates that the disease worsens (progressive) and causes weakness (palsy) by damaging certain parts of the brain above nerve cell clusters called nuclei (supranuclear). These nuclei particularly control eye movements. One of the classic signs of the disease is an inability to aim and move the eyes properly, at which time he experiences blurring of vision. I think you will find that he is much improved in only a 2 week period of time. This is still early days as of Aug 6th, 2017 and so we will continue to track his progress with both pictures and video. For additional information, please call 386-383-3000