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3) Below is the original broadcast schedule – During the Replay Event you will be able to access all of the interviews listed below at any time, for the entire weekend through Sunday December 4th.

It has been an exciting 10 days full of life-changing breakthroughs, incredible stories of hope and success, and proven brain health strategies that you can start using immediately.

I can’t wait to relive every minute with you starting Friday December 2nd, for our Replay Weekend Event!

To your better brain,

Peggy Sarlin, Author & Host
Brain Health Breakthroughs


Dr Dale Bredesen

Dr. Dale Bredesen

Inventing the Future of Brain Health: A New Landmark Study

Featuring Dr. Dale Bredesen

Dr. Bredesen is one of the world’s leading experts on Alzheimer’s and dementia therapies, having developed the Bredesen Protocol, and published clinical studies of the first documented reversal of Alzheimer’s in patients. No stranger to Awakening from Alzheimer’s audiences, Dr. Bredesen discusses his latest landmark study with Peggy as well as explores future directions for his research.

Dr. Heather Sandison

Lessons from Marama: The World's First Alzheimer's Residence

Featuring Dr. Heather Sandison

Dr. Sandison is the founder and medical director of Marama, the world’s first senior living facility built around the idea of returning cognitive-impaired residents back to independent living. Aimed at stopping the progression of the disease, Dr. Sandison’s work at Marama provides an immersive living experience implementing therapies from the groundbreaking Bredesen Protocol. Dr. Sandison discusses her work with Marama as well as new promising therapies that are getting real, measurable results for the patients in her care.

Dr. Kat Toups

Reversing the Hidden Causes of Dementia

Featuring Dr. Kat Toups

Dr. Toups is a researcher, author, and medical doctor specializing in dementia therapies. She is the author of the upcoming book Dementia Demystified. She collaborated with Dr. Dale Bredesen and was the Principal Investigator and lead author on the groundbreaking Precision Medicine trial where 84% of patients with mild cognitive impairment and dementia had improvement, including their MRI head scans.

Dr. Toups and Peggy discuss some of the hidden causes of dementia that she feels many people are missing, and how to reverse these not-so-obvious causes for cognitive decline. She has exciting news to share about identifying a number of new and cutting-edge therapies that are getting measurable results in her practice and clinical trials.

Dr. Sid O'Bryant

Pioneering Studies on Alzheimer's in Different Ethnic Populations

Featuring Dr. Sid O'Bryant

Dr. Sid O'Bryant is a professor and Executive Director of the Institute for Translational Research at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. Dr. O’Bryant reports for the first time on his groundbreaking research in the area of significant biomarkers for Alzheimer’s across different populations – and how they are reflected in different ethnic groups, including a recent $45 million grant secured to study Alzheimer’s in African American populations.

Dr. Roberta Diaz Brinton

Different Bodies, Different Minds: Unlocking Differences Between Men & Women in Alzheimer's

Featuring Dr. Roberta Diaz Brinton

Dr. Brinton is the Director of the University of Arizona Center for Innovation in Brain Science. She is an internationally recognized expert on sex differences in the aging brain and women and their risk of Alzheimer’s disease. She is developing the first regenerative therapeutic to regenerate the aging brain. In today's episode, Dr. Brinton reveals how and why men and women differ in Alzheimer’s biologically – as well as reveals exciting new developments in hormone therapy for women.

Dr Melissa Batchelor

Dr. Melissa Batchelor

Breakthroughs in Practical Caregiving

Featuring Dr. Melissa Batchelor

Dr. Batchelor is the director of the Center for Aging, Health and Humanities at George Washington University. She has dedicated her life’s work to improving the quality of care delivered to older adults and to help caregivers learn proven methods to assist and care for those living with an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Dr. Batchelor sits down with Peggy one-on-one to share hands-on, practical techniques that are revolutionizing caregiving – tips that viewers can use to help those in their own family live more independently.

Dr. Ryan Greene

Cooling Brain Inflammation to Improve Cognitive Performance

Featuring Dr. Ryan Greene

Dr. Greene is an osteopathic physician specializing in human performance, nutrition, and cutting-edge recovery methods. He is also the Principal Medical Advisor at Monarch Athletic Club in West Hollywood, California. Dr. Greene recently sat down with Peggy to discuss the role inflammation plays in brain health, and new techniques to combat the effects of inflammation to improve cognitive performance.

Dr. Daniel Stickler

Biohacking, Neurohacking, and the Power of Peptides

Featuring Dr. Daniel Stickler

Daniel Stickler, MD, is the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of The Apeiron Center for Human Potential. He is the pioneer behind new performance-based therapies and on the cutting edge of the latest technologies in cognitive health and longevity. Dr. Stickler discusses promising new research into peptides with Peggy and reveals the latest news from the frontline of the battle against Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Dr. David Haase

Breakthroughs in Regenerative Plasma Exchange for Brain Healing

Featuring Dr. David Haase

Author, podcast host, and medical doctor David Haase of the MaxWell Clinic in Nashville, TN reveals details about his work untangling the medical puzzle of degenerative brain conditions, as well as promising new insight into regenerative plasma therapies. 

Dr. David Perlmutter

The Biggest Breakthroughs of a Decade of Brain Health

Featuring Dr. David Perlmutter

Dr. Perlmutter is a noted author and neurologist with a number of #1 New York Times bestselling books to his credit. Dr. Perlmutter has participated in every season of Awakening from Alzheimer's, and this year he sits down with Peggy to discuss his latest work on the connection between uric acid and cognitive decline. He'll also discuss the latest breakthroughs of a decade of Alzheimer's research – where we've come from, the progress we've made, and the promise of a brighter future for those affected by this debilitating disease. 

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Brain Health Breakthroughs is an all-new 10-episode interview series. Unlike our past events, Brain Health Breakthroughs was produced in a post-COVID world, requiring extra care and precautions to conduct interviews around the country from Peggy's home base.  Our production team sent cameras and crew remotely to every interviewee around the USA, to ensure the quality production standards and viewing experience that we have always delivered (no Zoom interviews here!). Each of the Brain Health Breakthroughs interviews were conducted in the spring and summer of this year, and was made available to the public for the very first time during the World Premiere event on November 11th. We can't wait to “see” you at the Brain Health Breakthroughs Replay Weekend starting Friday, December 2nd!

Brain Health Breakthroughs is a 10 part interview series that originally aired November 11th-20th, 2022. The Replay Event Weekend takes place December 2nd through December 4th. You will be able to access all of the interviews on-demand, at any time during the weekend that you wish. You will receive a link on Friday December 2nd in your inbox to access the replay event. We can't wait to “see” you there!

Most episodes are about an hour long, and feature host Peggy Sarlin interviewing one of the world’s leading experts in brain health, neuroscience, and memory.

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