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Many caring, decent people have been — and will be — struck down by a disease that robs them of their memories — and ultimately who they are. But this time it’s different. This time, it’s personal.
This week’s Alzheimer’s revelation is a hopeful sign, but even under the best possible scenario, much work remains.
Would you want to know if Alzheimer’s disease is starting to feast on your brain? It turns out the answer soon might be in your hands.
More fiscal commitment is needed for research. But I think something else also is required: our attitude toward dementia needs to change.
Considering some of the alternatives, I’m far from convinced that bankrupting Medicare for the sake of Aduhelm would be money well spent.
Our nation’s response to COVID-19 provides a definitive answer about what more can be done for Alzheimer’s disease.
A simple blood test might soon be all that’s needed to confirm Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia.
Senior living operators use a variety of ways to describe their dementia care services, but all aim for engagement.
Read about person-centered care, the global dementia care products market, and virtual reality.
Two Ohio lawmakers have introduced legislation that would require first responders to receive Alzheimer’s disease training.