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Alzheimer’s: Disease and Discovery

  • Jun 30, 2013 · 10:30 AM
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Alzheimer’s disease has become more prominent in the last several decades as more people live longer than ever before. Despite several decades of research, we remain unable to treat or cure the disease effectively, but new research is bringing exciting developments that could change the future for patients and their families. Learn more about the research that is changing the way we approach this disease and what insights it can give us into the foundations that make us who we are.

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  • Paul

    Excellent overview of the latest findings on Alzheimer's Disease and one line of research for a potential therapy. Some of the social ethics and sociological implications were also discussed.

    June 30, 2013

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