Debunking the Myths of Alzheimer’s – Syracuse New Times

October 31, 2012 by  
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Debunking the Myths of Alzheimer's
Syracuse New Times
For Susan Dublin and Patricia Kimmerly the terrible experience of being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease served not as a moment for surrender, but as their call to action. Since their individual life-altering moments, they have been setting the

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Singapore firm starts new Alzheimer’s drug trials – Reuters

October 30, 2012 by  
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Singapore firm starts new Alzheimer's drug trials
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) – TauRx Therapeutics, a privately held biotech company based in Singapore, has launched two late-stage clinical studies testing a new kind of experimental drug against Alzheimer's. Its LMTX drug aims to attack the memory-robbing
Lilly trials boost amyloid link to Alzheimer's-analysisFox News
Alzheimer's investigators see fresh sign of solanezumab success in Eli Lilly studyFierceBiotech
Announcing a New Era in Alzheimer'sSacramento Bee
Daily Mail -Pharmaceutical Business Review -Alzheimer’s Society
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Alzheimer’s blood test shows promise – KSN-TV

October 30, 2012 by  
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Alzheimer's blood test shows promise
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"We're going to let multiple things in the blood tells us whether someone has Alzheimer's disease, and, as a result, we have a blood test that yields 90 percent accuracy," said Dr. Sid O'Bryant, a researcher at the University of North Texas Health

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Taking quick steps to fight Alzheimer’s disease – Baltimore Sun

October 29, 2012 by  
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Taking quick steps to fight Alzheimer's disease
Baltimore Sun
The 58-year-old exercise lady is choreographing her third annual Zumbathon fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Association Sunday, Nov. 4. She hopes to raise $10,000 for research into the disease that is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States

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PHOTO: Walk to end Alzheimer’s – Las Vegas Review-Journal

October 28, 2012 by  
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PHOTO: Walk to end Alzheimer's
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Walk participant Donna Pinault pushes her father, Ernest Saiz, 77, while Pinault's husband, John, pushes Saiz's wife, Carmen, also 77, in wheelchairs. John Saiz was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2002. Ronda Churchill/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Hundreds Participate in Walk to End Alzheimer'sWSET
Walk to end Alzheimer's (photos)Charleston Gazette

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Alzheimer’s: Magnetic ray slows dementia – Daily News & Analysis

October 28, 2012 by  
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Alzheimer's: Magnetic ray slows dementia
Daily News & Analysis
The scientists behind the technique say it can allow Alzheimer's patients to live far more independently than they otherwise would and extends the time they can spend with their families before suffering the devastating mental decline associated with

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First study shows how diabetes could lead to Alzheimer’s disease – eMaxHealth

October 27, 2012 by  
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First study shows how diabetes could lead to Alzheimer's disease
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For the first time, researchers have discovered how diabetes could promote Alzheimer's disease. The finding is important because understanding the link means early interventions for people living with diabetes could help with prevention. Diabetes and
Diabetes ups protein level linked to Alzheimer'sZee News

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Hurricane Sandy, nor’easter could put Alzheimer’s patients at risk – Syracuse.com (blog)

October 27, 2012 by  
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Hurricane Sandy, nor'easter could put Alzheimer's patients at risk
Syracuse.com (blog)
Syracuse — The predicted monster hybrid storm barreling toward the east coast could put one segment of Central New Yorkers at higher risk – people suffering from Alzheimer's disease. The possibility is such a concern that the local chapter of the

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Hormone Therapy May Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk – WebProNews

October 26, 2012 by  
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Hormone Therapy May Reduce Alzheimer's Risk
WebProNews
“This has been an area of debate because observational studies have shown a reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease with hormone therapy use, while a randomized controlled trial showed an increased risk,” said Dr. Peter Zandi, lead author of the study and
Hormone therapy may cut Alzheimer's risk in menopausal womenChicago Tribune
Hormone Therapy May Help Alzheimer'sNBC Bay Area
Hormone therapy may help prevent Alzheimer's in womenExaminer.com
Counsel & Heal -Private MD -WebMD
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‘Aggression’ in Alzheimer’s patient may be something else – The Patriot Ledger (blog)

October 26, 2012 by  
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'Aggression' in Alzheimer's patient may be something else
The Patriot Ledger (blog)
You come up from behind and tap the shoulder of your Dad, who has Alzheimer's; he swirls around and tries to hit you. “He's aggressive” is the label that's quickly slapped on him. But is he really? Or is he just reacting to being startled by someone

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