Taylor, D.O., Robert H. Cleveland, M.D., William R. Cranley, M.D., Ruth Lim, M.D., Tom D. Thacher, M.D., E Jill. Mayhew, P.T., Matthew Downs, M.P.H.D., Alison M. Skrinar, M.P.H., Philippe Crine, Ph.D., and Hal Landy, M.D.: Enzyme-Substitute Therapy in Life-Threatening Hypophosphatasia.. Michael P. Whyte, M.D., Cheryl R. Greenberg, M.D., Nada J. Salman, M.D., Michael B. Bober, M.D., Ph.D., William H. McAlister, M.D., Deborah Wenkert, M.D., Bradley J. Van Sickle, M.D., Ph.D., H Jill. Simmons, M.D., Terence S. Edgar, M.D., Martin L.The study which was carried out by the Western Australian Center for Health insurance and Ageing discovered that other persistent disease network marketing leads to the onset of dementia in Aboriginal people, while alcohol is only a minor factor. Related StoriesLewy Body Composite Risk Rating detects LBD and Parkinson's disease dementia in three minutesEstrogen-like medication may not be good for women with Alzheimer's dementiaBU researcher gets prestigious fellowship to start new project for people with dementiaLead investigator Associate Professor David Atkinson says they were surprised in the high rates of dementia since it is definitely assumed the shorter life span of Aboriginal people meant they did not suffer while much dementia, when in fact what previously happens is dementia occurs.