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A Potential New Alzheimer's Drug - Gleevec
Dr. William Netzer, a researcher from the Fischer Foundation in NY discusses the latest in Alzheimer´s research.
A New Alzheimer’s Diagnostic Test Can View the Disease
A new test has been created which can diagnose Alzheimer’s even before a person shows any symptoms. This will greatly enhance researchers’ ability to evaluate the effectiveness of new drug therapies which should dramatically speed up the development of a cure for this dreaded disease.
A New Alzheimer’s Clue: Limited Life Space
We all know that Alzheimer’s disease plays havoc with time. However, did you know that a limited life space might be a precursor to this disease?
A Needle-Free Vaccine Looks Promising In Alzheimer’s
This study is the first to demonstrate that a skin patch which is noninvasive could provide a new therapeutic approach for Alzheimer’s.
A Loving Caregiver Can Slow Down Alzheimer’s
A study, funded by the National Institutes of Health, demonstrates that closeness to one’s caregiver correlates with a slower decline in both cognition and function in activities of daily living, especially for people whose spouses took care of them.
A Frank Discussion About Alzheimer's
Alzheimer’s patients and caregivers are in the national eye because of Ronald and Nancy Reagan. Listen to a short radio interview in which I share my personal experiences and knowledge.
A Combination of Vitamins Proves Effective
An important Alzheimer’s finding that just came out involves taking a combination of vitamins to prevent the disease.
A Protein Could Treat Alzheimer’s
Based on animal studies, BDNF treatment could provide long-lasting protection by slowing, or stopping the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
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