Encouraging Results of AXON’s Tau Vaccine Advance Alzheimer’s Therapy … – Business Wire (press release)

July 23, 2015 by  
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Business Wire (press release)
Encouraging Results of AXON's Tau Vaccine Advance Alzheimer's Therapy
Business Wire (press release)
WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Biotech firm AXON Neuroscience has presented encouraging results from a Phase 1 study with a vaccine designed to target diseased tau proteins in Alzheimer's patients. AXON is not only the first company to successfully …

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Biogen calls Alzheimer’s update encouraging – CNBC.com – CNBC

July 22, 2015 by  
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Biogen calls Alzheimer's update encouraging – CNBC.com
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Biogen reported a highly anticipated update on its experimental Alzheimer's drug Wednesday that its chief medical officer called encouraging as it approaches larger, late-stage studies. "The data are completely consistent with and only reinforce what
Eli Lilly's big Alzheimer's bet: Blockbuster or bust? – Jul. 21, 2015 – CNN MoneyCNNMoney
Alzheimer's researchers to unveil drug that could help slow disease down The Guardian
On Tap: Eli Lilly's Big Hopes in Alzheimer's Disease — The Motley FoolMotley Fool
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New wave of Alzheimer’s research aims to diagnose, treat much earlier – CBS News – CBS News

July 21, 2015 by  
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New wave of Alzheimer's research aims to diagnose, treat much earlier – CBS News
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Genes aren't the only culprit causing Alzheimer's disease. As Alzheimer's researchers gain greater understanding of the disease, there's a growing sense that developing effective treatments will need to take into account a mixture of factors including
New saliva test may catch Alzheimer's disease – CNN.comCNN
Studies: Better Sleep May Be Important for Alzheimer's Risk – US NewsU.S. News & World Report
Saliva test may catch Alzheimer's disease | Health – KCCI HomeKCCI Des Moines

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Families affected by early Alzheimer’s seek better treatment – U.S. News & World Report

July 20, 2015 by  
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Families affected by early Alzheimer's seek better treatment
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Giedre Cohen, 37, of Calabasas, Calif., and Carrie Richardson, 34, of Montgomery, Ala., pose for a picture during a break at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Washington, Saturday, July 18, 2015. Saturday for the first time
Families hit by rare early Alzheimer's push for researchThe Seattle Times

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Things to know about about Alzheimer’s disease – The Intelligencer (registration)

July 19, 2015 by  
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Things to know about about Alzheimer's disease
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Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia, which is a general term for symptoms related to the loss of memory and thinking functions. Dementia can also be caused by other factors, including stroke, thyroid problems and vitamin
Warwick man with early-onset Alzheimer's battles for more attention and fundingBucks County Courier Times (registration)

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Alzheimer’s Drug Is a Big Bet for Lilly – Wall Street Journal

July 18, 2015 by  
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Alzheimer's Drug Is a Big Bet for Lilly
Wall Street Journal
s risky bet on an experimental drug for Alzheimer's disease ultimately pays off—for patients and for Lilly's bottom line. Scientists are scheduled to present results from a clinical trial of the drug, solanezumab, at the Alzheimer's Association

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Ride to Remember: Local cyclists ready for weekend Alzheimer’s fundraiser – The Times and Democrat

July 17, 2015 by  
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Ride to Remember: Local cyclists ready for weekend Alzheimer's fundraiser
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Sonia Gass and Marie McLean-Choi are accomplished cyclists who are seeking a personal challenge and a world free of Alzheimer's disease. This weekend, July 17-19, the women will ride from Simpsonville to Mt. Pleasant in the Alzheimer's Association …
Cyclists depart on 'Ride to Remember' to benefit Alzheimer's Ass – FOX WHNS Greenville

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Powder Puff Football Scores Cash for Alzheimer’s – Santa Barbara Independent

July 16, 2015 by  
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Powder Puff Football Scores Cash for Alzheimer's
Santa Barbara Independent
Brunettes clash was created nationally by the Alzheimer's Association in 2005 to increase awareness for a new generation around the disease, which affects twice as many women as breast cancer. Games are held year-round in more than 35 cities, so far …

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Have You Seen Jean? Missing Aiken County Woman Has Alzheimer’s – WJBF-TV

July 15, 2015 by  
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Have You Seen Jean? Missing Aiken County Woman Has Alzheimer's
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Marti Blanchard is a caregiver in Aiken. She attends an Alzheimer's support group at Cumberland Village. She and many others in the group say signing up for Project LifeSaver helps assure them that their loved ones will be found quickly if they decide
Search for Alzheimer's victimThe Augusta Chronicle
UPDATE | Search suspended for missing Aiken Co Alzheimer's patientWRDW-TV

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Walkers needed for Alzheimer’s event – Kokomo Tribune

July 15, 2015 by  
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Walkers needed for Alzheimer's event
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More than 400 people from Kokomo and surrounding counties are expected at this year's event to raise awareness and funds to fight Alzheimer's disease. In 2014, nearly 10,000 walkers participated in 12 Walk to End Alzheimer's locations across the state

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