When I was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 1998, working in Congress with dreams to become an attorney, I was shocked and shattered entering[ Read More ]
Pacific Neuroscience Institute brain health specialists are striving to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, which is the most common type of dementia. In the United States, about 5.5 million people are affected by Alzheimer’s disease, and the worldwide prevalence is estimated to be as high as 24 million. Watch this video to find out about research and clinical trials at the Pacific Brain Health Center at PNI.
In pre-clinical studies the relation of insulin resistance to the pathophysiology of Parkinson’s disease has been examined. Here we discuss the potential neuroprotective effects of[ Read More ]
Elaine Lipworth, a content writer at Thrive Global tells the story of her husband’s brainstem tumor diagnosis and how it drastically changed their lives. In[ Read More ]
Dr. Daniel F. Kelly’s article about intermittent fasting was featured in the Santa Monica Star. Read the article and find out if intermittment fasting is a good idea.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute offers final enrollment into important clinical trial for patients with Lewy body dementia. Find out more about this study and eligibility criteria.
What causes swollen taste buds? We sat down with Abbas Anwar, MD, to chat about why swollen taste buds occur and when to speak to your doctor about them.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute has a strong roster of clinical trials for a number of neurological conditions including brain tumor, Cushing’s disease and Lewy bodies dementia. Find out more.
The hard work of our doctors at Pacific Neuroscience Institute doesn’t go unnoticed. See who was featured in Castle Connolly’s 2019 Top Doctors list.
The Pacific Brain Tumor Center is recruiting patients with chordoma, a rare cancer of the skull and spine for a groundbreaking clinical trial. The Brain Tumor Center is affiliated with Pacific Neuroscience Institute and Providence Saint John’s Health Center.