A: It could well be that some side effect of the disease causes the body to stock pile aluminum and aluminum compounds, instead of the aluminum causing the disease. This is an example of how finding a corelation does not imply cause. There is no research evidence linking the use of aluminum cookware with Alzheimers disease, so far as I know. (You might get a better answer in sci.med.) There has been the discovery of concentrations (relatively speaking) of aluminum and aluminum compounds in the brains of Alzheimers' patients. Whether this comes from small amounts of aluminum scraped off cookware, antacid tablets, or walking barefoot on the ground hasn't been researched to any extent. It's a symptom. (There are other things, which I didn't read the article I saw recently in depth to find out what they were, that are being discovered in these patients.) I suspect that the mechanisim in the body that passes excessive amounts of these things out via the kidneys or colon are not working properly, but that's mostly a guess on my part.
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