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Answered: I need a proof of income for the last 30 days mailed to me

Pay stubs would be sufficient. If you get paid in cash, ask your employer to write a letter showing your income.

Answered: I need a proof of income for the last 30 days mailed to me

Pay stubs would be sufficient. If you get paid in cash, ask your employer to write a letter showing your income.

Answered: Alzheimer's

Neil...My Mother is into her 6th year of Alzheimer's and I have never heard of using Enbreal for it. Since it is an arthritis drug, what are you using it for in relation to Alzheimer's. We live in Las Vegas and have the leading alzheimers Dr. in the city and he started my Mother on Namenda ...

Answered: I've always thought of Alzheimer's as an old man ...

It is believed it is the "old person's" disease, and for years that has been the thought process. New studies have shown we can now predict AND diagnose this dibilitating disease in much younger people. It is a form of "dementia" (one of many) and Alzheimer"s seems to be the granddaddy of them all ...

Answered: What causes alzheimers?

unknown to me, but it has been proven that a build-up of aluminum is found in the brains of those who died with Alzheimers.
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