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UK Government pledges £300m for #dementia research (24 Feb 2015)

UK Government pledges £300m for #dementia research (24 Feb 2015)

Living With The Repetitive Symptoms of Dementia

Living With The Repetitive Symptoms of Dementia

To recognize World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in September, CRE Salamanca created a highly visual infographic that captures the nature of repetitive symptoms and their impact on the lives of people living with dementia.

An MRI of a human brain. Scientists have found that the B2M protein builds up in the blood and brain with age, causing memory impairment.

Memory loss in old age breakthrough offers dementia hope, say researchers

An MRI of a human brain. Scientists have found that the B2M protein builds up in the blood and brain with age, causing memory impairment.

picture of brain - Neurology research concept examining the neurons of a human head to heal memory loss or cells due to dementia and other neurological diseases as a mental health metaphor for medical research hope - JPG

picture of brain - Neurology research concept examining the neurons of a human head to heal memory loss or cells due to dementia and other neurological diseases as a mental health metaphor for medical research hope - JPG

Novartis to Partner with Banner Health on ApoE4 Prevention Trial | ALZFORUM

Novartis to Partner with Banner Health on ApoE4 Prevention Trial | ALZFORUM

They may forget your name but will never forget how you made them feel...I hope this still applies to patients with dementia!

They may forget your name but will never forget how you made them feel...I hope this still applies to patients with dementia!

Brain doctor on a red ladder examining the neurons of a human head to heal memory loss or cells due to dementia and other neurological diseases as a mental health metaphor for medical research hope.

Brain doctor on a red ladder examining the neurons of a human head to heal memory loss or cells due to dementia and other neurological diseases as a mental health metaphor for medical research hope.

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