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Discovery about brain protein causes rethink on development of Alzheimer's disease

A protein involved in the progression of Alzheimer's disease also has properties that could be helpful for human health, a research study has found. The discovery helps researchers better understand the complicated brain chemistry behind the development of Alzheimer's disease.

Experimental treatments raise cautious hope in Alzheimer’s fight

last weekHealth : The Checkup

Pharmaceutical researchers on Wednesday presented new data from the clinical trials of three drugs that, the scientists said, show promise for slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.Researchers presented new analyses of research data on drugs produced by Eli Lilly, Roche and Biogen. Show More Summary

Your Source of Competitive Advantage? Bob.

I experienced the worst and best customer service experiences of my life from competing companies on the same day a few years ago. My widowed father's Alzheimer's disease had progressed to the point where he could no longer remain in an independent living apartment in his over-60 community. Show More Summary

Scientists Find Drug that Appears to Slow the Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease

last weekNews : Truthdig

Above, Dr. Matthew Norton, head of policy at Alzheimer’s Research UK, discusses the new drug. Scientists appear to have made a breakthrough in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease after announcing test results for a drug that appears...Show More Summary

Researchers identify genetic markers linking risk for both type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease

A study sheds light on the influences of genetics on why some type 2 diabetics are at high risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease. While previous studies strongly suggested a causative role of diabetes in the onset and progression of Alzheimer’s disease dementia, the specific mechanistic interactions connecting diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease had not been previously described.

Alzheimer’s scientists gather amid signs of progress for treating dementia

last weekHealth : The Checkup

More than 4,000 scientists from around the world will gather in Washington this week to share the latest findings and ideas on Alzheimer’s disease, with some saying that the odds of finding effective treatments look promising even as an aging society increases the urgency of finding a cure.Read full article >>

The Causes Of Alzheimer’s Disease – An Overview

Dementia is characterized by a progressive and debilitating decline in cognition, function and behavior. Its numbers are staggering: according to the World Health Organization, the total number of people with dementia worldwide in 2010 was estimated at 35.6 million and predicted to nearly double every 20 years, to 65.7 million in 2030 and 115.4 million […]

Multiple pathways progressing to Alzheimer's disease

The amyloid cascade hypothesis of Alzheimer's disease (AD) posits that sticky aggregations or plaques of amyloid-beta peptides accumulate over time in the brain, triggering a series of events that ultimately result in the full-blown neurodegenerative disorder. Show More Summary

Multiple Pathways Progressing to Alzheimer's Disease

UC San Diego School of Medicine researchers report that the amyloid cascade hypothesis, long believed to describe the pathology of Alzheimer's disease, is not a fixed and invariable sequence of events. Rather, early indicators or biomarkers of the neurodegenerative condition vary by individual, making preclinical diagnoses more challenging.

Steady Progress On Alzheimer's Disease

last monthNews : Huffington Post

Arguably the most urgent and seemingly intractable of all the healthcare issues facing us today is Alzheimer’s disease (AD), which is marked by progressive, inexorable loss of intellectual and social skills and ultimately, death. AsShow More Summary

Alzheimer's culprit causes memory loss even before brain degeneration

A brain protein believed to be a key component in the progress of dementia can cause memory loss in healthy brains even before physical signs of degeneration appear, according to new research.

4 ways to connect with people who are living with Alzheimer's

Making a connection is essential for the well being of people living with Alzheimer’s. There are four special activities that can typically reach and engage people at any point in the disease’s progression, even with those in the later stages who may no longer talk or smile, let alone recognize love ones. Show More Summary

This one hospital stumbled onto a new treatment for Alzheimer's patients

More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's with no cure or treatment to reverse the progression. So medical professionals are constantly seeking ways to improve quality of life for their patients. One new method is a pilot...Show More Summary

On Targeting Secretase in Alzheimer's Disease

3 months agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

The slow progress towards viable therapies for Alzheimer's disease based on clearance of ?-amyloid, such as via immunotherapy, has led to a broadening of approaches. Many research groups are looking at other theories on causative mechanisms...Show More Summary

Top stories in health and medicine, April 15, 2015

From MedPage Today: CSF Biomarker May Predict Early AD Progression. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) levels of a certain brain protein may be a helpful predictor of progression to Alzheimer’s disease. Diabetes More Likely in Children in Stressful Homes. Show More Summary

New hope for Alzheimer's: Meds already in use for stroke in some Asian countries

A drug discovery could hold promise in the fight against the devastating effects of Alzheimer's Disease. Scientists, using a animal model, have completed research to suggest that the drug Edaravone could alleviate the progressive cognitive deficits of Alzheimer's Disease, a major social and economic burden worldwide.

Study of 3,600 Brains Reveals Tau as Driver of Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer's Reading Room By examining more than 3,600 postmortem brains, researchers at the Mayo Clinic found that the progression of dysfunctional tau protein drives the cognitive decline and memory loss seen in Alzheimer’s disease....Show More Summary

Tau a driver of Alzheimer's disease, study of thousands of brains reveals

By examining more than 3,600 postmortem brains, researchers have found that the progression of dysfunctional tau protein drives the cognitive decline and memory loss seen in Alzheimer’s disease.

Another Study to Argue that Tau is Primary and Amyloid Secondary in Alzheimer's Disease

4 months agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

The struggle to show meaningful progress in treatment of Alzheimer's disease via clearance of amyloid has fueled significant investment into alternative hypotheses regarding the disease process. The biochemistry of Alzheimer's - andShow More Summary

Mayo Clinic Study of Thousands of Brains Reveals Tau as Driver of Alzheimer's Disease

By examining more than 3,600 postmortem brains, researchers at Mayo Clinic's campuses in Jacksonville, Florida, and Rochester, Minnesota, have found that the progression of dysfunctional tau protein drives the cognitive decline and memory loss seen in Alzheimer's disease.

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