“The dementia strategy, I’m hoping, will align our efforts right across the nation,” he added. “You can’t do it in seclusion.” Alzheimer Society of Canada CEO Pauline Tardif says the society is ...
With someone developing the disease every 65 seconds in the United States and some 5.7 million people already living with it, you’d think it would be easy to find volunteers for Alzheimer’s research.
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Globally, Canada is joining 32 other countries that already have strategies in place, a late entry precipitated by legislation called the National Strategy for Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias ...
of the National Strategy for Recruitment and Participation in Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Research, released today by the National Institute on Aging. The goals of the national strategy are to ...
has devised a novel strategy that could do just that. The study, “Utilizing Semantic Intrusions to Identify Amyloid Positivity in Mild Cognitive Impairment,” funded by the National Institute on Aging, ...
Coinciding with World Alzheimer’s Day, the government has announced it is starting work on a new national strategy for dealing with dementia in Denmark. There are 39,000 Danes diagnosed with Alzheimer ...
CHICAGO, July 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Increased public and private investments in Alzheimer's disease research have brought about a proliferation of potential therapeutic targets. Drugs and other ...
Alzheimer Society CEO Pauline Tardif said the funding constitutes a “significant step” towards a comprehensive national dementia strategy that will ultimately help affected families live better lives.