Fight against Alzheimer’s produces 19 significant
discoveries this month
Many reports on studies suggesting better treatments,
moving closer to cure for Alzheimer’s
24, 2015 – It has been an incredible month of news about Alzheimer’s
disease and most of it has been encouraging for senior citizens, who
fear the mind-altering disease more than any other. Among the most
positive are news of a diet and a gene variant that may protect against
AD, restoration of memory by an epilepsy drug, discovery about inherited
AD, and new diagnostic techniques.
Below are links to 19 of the research reports
released in March about advances in the fight against Alzheimer’s
disease. Not in the list was the release today by the Alzheimer’s
Association of their annual report - the 2015
Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures. See the text box for a link to
this news report.
Boosting a natural protection
against Alzheimer's disease
March 12, 2015 - Researchers at the University of California, San Diego
School of Medicine have identified a gene variant that may be used to
predict people most likely to respond to an investigational therapy
under development for ...
Alzheimer's amyloid clumps found in
young adult brains
March 2, 2015 - Amyloid -- an abnormal protein that's a hallmark of
Alzheimer's -- starts accumulating inside neurons of people as young as
20, reports a study. This is the first time amyloid accumulation has
been shown in such young ...
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