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Alzheimer's Research UK Blog 09/17/2019 08:58
This week we’ve been asking you to Share the Orange and help to spread our powerful campaign video featuring Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson. Taking the time to watch the video will help many people to better understand the nature of diseases like Alzheimer’s, but by sharing it, the impact grows, and more and more […]. .
Alzheimer's Research UK Blog 09/17/2019 05:34
This is a joint blog post between the Charity Medicines Access Coalition and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Developments in scientific research will change our understanding and management of many diseases in the future. Innovative treatments can be life-saving or life-enhancing for patients, their families and carers. Research breakthroughs also drive […]. .
Alzheimer's Research UK Blog 07/30/2019 05:33
This year, Los Angeles played host to the world’s biggest dementia research conference – the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2019. Conferences are places where top researchers and budding early-career scientists come together to learn from their colleagues, share their latest findings and create lasting collaborations. AAIC19 was no exception. Conferences like AAIC are helping […]. .
Alzheimer's Research UK Blog 07/23/2019 10:03
In a new publication, Alzheimer’s Research UK is coming together with leading dementia experts to lay out suggested areas of emphasis for future dementia research. Since 2013, we’ve seen real improvements in the financial support for dementia research and the number of dementia researchers. In fact, between 2008/09 and 2014/15, the number of researchers doubled […]. .
Alzheimer's Research UK Blog 07/18/2019 10:15
Dementia isn’t just a part of ageing. It’s caused by diseases. There are several diseases that cause dementia including vascular dementia and dementia with Lewy bodies, but the most common cause of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is the culprit in around 2/3 of dementias. What happens in the brain in Alzheimer’s disease? Over […]. .
Alzheimer's Research UK Blog 07/17/2019 09:34
Yesterday, we read with empathic frustration the observation on dementia research progress at the end of The Times’ comment on research into hearing aids (Delaying Dementia, 16 July). It reads: “More research into such treatments is desperately needed, particularly given the failure of biomedical research to make progress despite many billions of investment towards finding […]. .
Alzheimer's Research UK Blog 06/25/2019 04:00
‘Auntie, aren’t you the funniest?’ the family would say to Mum in response to her dry humour and quick wit. And despite the slow onset of vascular dementia, that devilish twinkle is still in her eyes – most recently sharing a giggle at how handsome Rock Hudson was in his heyday. Mum was definitely the […]. The post ‘Every day, every hour and every second with Mum is different’ Shobna Gulati appeared first on Alzheimer's Research UK Blog .
Alzheimer's Research UK Blog 06/25/2019 03:06
Back in 2013, the All-party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dementia published a report called ‘Dementia does not discriminate’. Drawing on the experiences of people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities, the APPG identified a number of aspects of dementia that hit these communities particularly hard. People from BAME communities may be more likely […]. The post Talking about dementia in South Asian communities appeared first on Alzheimer's Research UK Blog .
Alzheimer's Research UK Blog 06/12/2019 09:23
Around Father’s Day, many people across the country will be thanking their fathers for the support, love and very likely financial assistance they have given them throughout their lives. The relationship a father, or any individual, has with a child they care for is dynamic and complex. When we are young, fathers can help to […]. .

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