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NIH summit delivers recommendations to transform Alzheimer’s disease research

Leading experts, advocates call for innovative approaches and collaborations to speed discovery ...

Scripps Florida Scientists Uncover Surprising New Details of Potential Alzheimer’s Treatment

JUPITER, FL – Taking a new approach, scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have uncovered some ...

Novel Approach Blocks Amyloid Production in Alzheimer’s Mouse Model

Promises potential early therapeutic intervention ... Full story

Scientists discover protective molecule against Alzheimer’s

Adelaide and Chinese scientists have made a ground breaking molecular discovery in their work to find a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease. ... Full story

New project to study the causes of nerve cell damage in Alzheimer's

Dr Julien Licchesi and Dr Rob Williams, from the University's Department of Biology & Biochemistry, are welcoming over £25,000 of funding from Alzheimer’s Research UK, the country’s leading dementia research charity. ... Full story

UC Davis Alzheimer's Disease Center looks at Building a Better Brain as We Age

(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — David A. Bennett, director of the Rush University Alzheimer's Disease Center, will discuss "Reducing Your Risk for Alzheimer's Disease: Building a Better Brain as We Age," during the May UC Davis Alzheimer's Disease Center Community Engagement Lecture Series presentation. ... Full story

A New Potential Cause for Alzheimer’s: Arginine Deprivation

Alzheimer’s study suggests immune cells chew up an important amino acid ... Full story

Waterford researchers find link between Alzheimer’s disease and impaired vision arising from nutrient deficiency

A team from the Vision Research Centre at Waterford Institute of Technology has discovered that patients with Alzheimer’s disease have significantly worse vision than others in their age group and are more likely to be seriously deficient in carotenoids, key nutrients in the eye. ... Full story

Volunteers wanted for unique Alzheimer’s Disease early detection research project

South-East Queensland volunteers are wanted for a global clinical research trial being conducted on the Gold Coast to identify the genetic risk factors of developing Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) due to Alzheimer's Disease and test a medication with the potential to delay its onset. ... Full story

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