Tampa Bay Alzheimer’s experts weigh in on ‘Still Alice’ – Tampabay.com

February 19, 2015 by  
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Tampa Bay Alzheimer's experts weigh in on 'Still Alice'
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"What many people don't realize is that Alzheimer's has moved into the most expensive medical problem in the country,'' Morgan said. In 2014, the cost of caring for those with Alzheimer's was an estimated $214 billion, according to the Alzheimer's …
New movie sheds light on Alzheimer's diseaseWJXT Jacksonville
Still Doug: A local family tackles Early Onset Alzheimer'sKUSI
Still Alice, Still Looking for AnswersHuffington Post
ECM Publishers -TIME
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Treatments to stop Alzheimer’s step closer as scientists discover key … – Medical News Today

February 18, 2015 by  
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Treatments to stop Alzheimer's step closer as scientists discover key
Medical News Today
The UK and Swedish researchers suggest their finding will help the discovery of drugs that could halt Alzheimer's disease progression. They write about their discovery and its implications in the journal Nature Structural & Molecular Biology. Lead
Natural molecule found to slow the onset of Alzheimer's diseaseGizmag
Chaperone a Dance around Alzheimer'sGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Alzheimer's researchers find molecule that delays onsetThe Guardian
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Oklahoma Alzheimer’s patient serves as consultant on Oscar-nominated film … – NewsOK.com

February 17, 2015 by  
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Oklahoma Alzheimer's patient serves as consultant on Oscar-nominated film
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Seven years ago, the Moore resident was diagnosed with early-onset (or younger-onset) Alzheimer's disease. Affecting people younger than 65, the disease is the subject of the Academy Award-nominated drama “Still Alice,” for which Grant served as a …
Julianne Moore on Forging a Bond With Alzheimer's PatientsNew York Times (blog)
Guest opinion: 'Still Alice' provides a painful look into the ravages of Hilton Head Island Packet
MOVIE REVIEW: 'Still Alice': Alzheimer's without sentimentalityBucks Local News
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Charlotte couple copes with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease – Charlotte Observer

February 16, 2015 by  
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Charlotte couple copes with early-onset Alzheimer's disease
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The movie, “Still Alice,” about a linguistics professor diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease, began its Charlotte run Friday, and Sharon Biondo, for one, is glad for the attention being paid to the disease that is taking her husband away, day

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Oscar-nominated performance highlights Alzheimer’s – The Tennessean

February 15, 2015 by  
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Oscar-nominated performance highlights Alzheimer's
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In the new feature film "Still Alice," Academy Award-nominated actress Julianne Moore portrays Alice Howland, a 50-year-old linguistics professor who is facing early-onset Alzheimer's disease. This movie brings much-needed attention to Alzheimer's disease.
Movie 'Still Alice' raises questions about Alzheimer'sPittsburgh Post Gazette
As movie “Still Alice” opens, two metro residents with early-onset Alzheimer's fox4kc.com
60-year-old South Bend woman begins fight against Alzheimer'sWNDU-TV
Fayetteville Observer -KEYT
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Nerve Growth Factor Implant for Alzheimer’s Shows Promise – PsychCentral.com (blog)

February 14, 2015 by  
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Nerve Growth Factor Implant for Alzheimer's Shows Promise
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A new Alzheimer's therapy, which involves a nerve growth factor (NGF) implant inserted directly into the brain, is being tested by researchers at Karolinska Institutet's Centre for Alzheimer's Research in Sweden, and the results are are said to be very
Positive results for Alzheimer's therapy study in SwedenXinhua
Promising results for new Alzheimer therapyMedical Xpress
New research on implant for Alzheimer's Disease shows promiseDigital Journal
Science World Report
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Help for Alzheimer’s disease caregivers – Tallahassee.com

February 14, 2015 by  
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Help for Alzheimer's disease caregivers
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If you've ever cared for someone with Alzheimer's disease, or known a caregiver, you know how difficult the journey is and the need for information and “how to's.” For the last 30 years, Tallahassee area caregivers have had the opportunity to attend a

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Alzheimers Awareness – WDEF News 12

February 13, 2015 by  
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Alzheimers Awareness
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Cindy Lowery, the Senior Vice President of the Alzheimer's Association says, "unfortunately it is more and more common that people younger are being diagnosed with this disease and so this provides great awareness for not only the disease, but the fact
60-year-old South Bend woman begins fight against Alzheimer'sWNDU-TV
Can The Proposed Drug For Alzheimer's Disease Be Truly Revolutionary?Health Aim
Workshop focuses on Alzheimer'sFairfield Ledger
EurekAlert (press release) -helpmeoutDOC News – A consistent flow of medical news -PMLiVE
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Elder Care: Sharing love with Alzheimer’s patients – The Sentinel

February 12, 2015 by  
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Elder Care: Sharing love with Alzheimer's patients
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Dr. Steven Sabat of Georgetown University's Psychology Department explored the relationship between emotions and memory in Alzheimer's victims and found that following a specific experience, people with the disease will demonstrate emotions …

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Groups to meet at GA Capitol for Alzheimer’s awareness day – Washington Times

February 12, 2015 by  
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Groups to meet at GA Capitol for Alzheimer's awareness day
Washington Times
Officials say Georgia Division of Aging Services Director Jay Bulot is expected to present the first annual report on a statewide plan for addressing Alzheimer's and dementia. Georgia Department of Human Services officials said in a statement that the

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