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Meet the Physician Who Formulated Neurcumin®

Dr. Nasser Razack’s expertise is about the brain, but with his patients, it’s all about the heart.

Dr. Razack is a Neurointerventional Surgeon specializing in the treatment of cerebrovascular diseases that affect blood vessels in the brain such as brain aneurysms and stroke. Unfortunately, patients with ruptured brain aneurysms and completed strokes can have horrible outcomes.

Dealing with these devastating disease entities never gets any easier for Dr Razack. “There are some things you can’t change and some patients you can’t save,” Razack says. “I can’t count the times these patients’ husbands or wives tell me, ‘I’ve been married to them for so many years. What do I do without them?’ Every time I hear this it’s as if it’s the first time,” he adds. “It’s such an incredible loss and very emotionally draining. I hope physicians never overcome this feeling of helplessness and the respect for things beyond our control.”

According to Razack, ruptured aneurysms and stroke can occur suddenly without any warning. He believes that the ultimate treatment of disease lies in prevention and it is for this reason that he formulated the supplement, Neurcumin®.

An anti-inflammatory supplement, Neurcumin® contains all-natural ingredients that have demonstrated positive results in reducing inflammation. Inflammation is associated with multiple chronic age-related disease processes such as metabolic syndrome, diabetes type II, stroke, heart attack, arthritis, and Alzheimer’s disease, among others. The list can go on and on.

Dr. Razack emphasizes that it is the medical community’s responsibility to educate the public on the devastating consequences of systemic inflammation. Razack states, “I don’t believe the public realizes that the same risk factors for stroke can cause Alzheimer’s disease. That’s because both of these disease entities are inflammatory driven. If you block inflammation in the body, you block all inflammatory driven diseases.”

Razack further describes how patients taking anti-inflammatory drugs that prevent rheumatoid arthritis-related pain can reduce their incidence of Alzheimer’s disease. This is because the same anti-inflammatory medications that treat arthritic inflammatory disease also slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. However, Razack also states that NSAIDs and other inflammatory drugs have significant side effects. By formulating Neurcumin®, Razack has successfully combined several naturally occurring anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant compounds that can reduce inflammation without the negative side effects commonly associated with traditional drugs in the market.