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Patricio Reyes M.D., F.A.N.N.
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Director, Traumatic Brain Injury, Alzheimer's Disease & Cognitive Disorders Clinics; Phoenix, AZ; Chief Medical Officer, Retired NFL Players Association

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Young People's Blood Could Help Treat Alzheimer's

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It sounds more like science fiction than real world science, but researchers at Stanford University announced the first results of a novel study in which they infused blood from young donors into a small number of people with mild to moderate forms of Alzheimer’s disease in the hopes of improving the disease’s symptoms.
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Saturday, October 28, 2017


Alzheimer's: Brain's protective mechanism revealed

The neurons' so-called dendritic spines may improve cognitive resilience against dementia, according to new research.

Buildups of "clumpy" proteins in the brain are well-known hallmarks of Alzheimer's, but not everyone who has them goes on to develop this neurodegenerative disease. Why is that? New research investigates.

Tangles of the protein tau and plaques of beta-amyloid are known to be precursors of Alzheimer's disease. That being said, between 30 and 50 percent of those who present these brain pathologies do not go on to develop Alzheimer's symptoms within their lifetime. 
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Saturday, October 21, 2017


Alzheimer's: Word processing duration may predict onset

Seniors whose brains take longer to process written words may go on to develop Alzheimer's disease.

Recent research published in the journal NeuroImage Clinical suggests that the time it takes for someone to process written words may be a reliable predictor of their risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.

The new study focused on patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), a condition in which seniors — typically over the age of 65 — develop minor but noticeable memory and cognitive problems.
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Saturday, October 14, 2017


Uproar as Capitol Hill pharmacist dishes on Alzheimer's prescriptions for the powerful

On October 6, 2017, Dr. Michael Kim (center), a pharmacist and owner of Grubb's Pharmacy, prepares medication in the compound of his Northeast, Washington D.C. store with Ron Thompson(left, Compound Technician). Grubb's Pharmacy, established in 1867, is the oldest pharmacy in D.C., and with its convenient location to the U.S. Capitol, services many Members of Congress.  (Photo by Eric Kruszewski)

The owner of the Capitol Hill pharmacy that supplies prescription drugs for members of Congress and staff has sparked a frenzy of speculation after claiming he gives meds to lawmakers with “pretty serious health problems” and appearing to question their mental faculties. 
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Saturday, October 7, 2017


Can This New Gadget Diagnose Alzheimer’s?

Credit: Courtesy of Dhruv PatelStudent inventor Dhruv Patel, co-creator of the device

Students at the University of Maryland won a national prize for their invention

The many boomers who worry they might get Alzheimer’s or who have relatives with Alzheimer’s often have two wishes for the next scientific breakthrough. One is a method for accurate diagnosis. The other is effective treatment.
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Saturday, September 30, 2017


A More Accurate Predictor for Alzheimer's?


A new test that checks for multiple gene variants linked with Alzheimer's disease may be more effective than testing for a single genetic variant, a new study suggests.
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Saturday, September 23, 2017


Living With Alzheimer's series kicks off on Alzheimer's learning day: VDEO

It is Alzheimer’s learning day and an assisted living facility in Salisbury is taking steps to educate the public about the disease.
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Saturday, September 16, 2017


This Could Be the Earliest Sign of Alzheimer’s Disease (Hint: It’s Not Getting Lost)

Can’t tell Times Square from Timbuktu? Your poor sense of direction could be a bigger issue than you originally thought. In fact, struggling to create a mental map in your mind might be an early symptom of Alzheimer’s disease, according to research from Washington University in St. Louis. 
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Monday, September 11, 2017


Could this be the end of osteoarthritis? Australian scientists discover new drug to help cure degenerative disorder suffered by millions of people

Could this be the end of osteoarthritis? Australian scientists discover new drug to help cure degenerative disorder suffered by millions of people

  • Scientists have found a new drug that could help eliminate osteoarthritis pain
  • Pentosan Polysulfate Sodium could help eliminate the need for surgeries
  • The drug was originally used to treat blood clots and urinary tract infections
  • But a trial by Australian scientists found a 70 per cent reduction in bone pain
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Saturday, September 9, 2017


Alzheimer's: Treating with a daily pill in the future? VIDEO

Who's most-at-risk for developing Alzheimer's disease?

The Alzheimer's Association reveals new data about who's most-at-risk for the disease
A Boston-based startup called Lyndra that specializes in developing long-acting drug delivery has announced an exclusive partnership with drug giant Allergan (AGN) to develop a once-weekly drug to fight Alzheimer’s disease.
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Saturday, September 2, 2017


Artificial intelligence can predict Alzheimer’s disease two years before doctors can: study

An algorithm can pick up on symptoms long before doctors or patients. (AJ_WATT/GETTY IMAGES)

Artificial intelligence can pick up on symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in brain scans long before doctors or patients.
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Saturday, August 26, 2017


How an eye test could detect Alzheimer's


Have you seen the stories about new tests for Alzheimer’s Disease that supposedly are just around the corner? The claims: A simple blood test, an eye test, even a smell test that could show whether you are at high risk for Alzheimer’s decades before you develop symptoms. They are promising, scary, and--so far--premature.
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Saturday, August 19, 2017


Early Detection of Alzheimer’s through Retinal Scan

The burden of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) goes far beyond the afflicted patient, affecting family, friends, and a significant portion of the healthcare system. Currently, there are more than 5 million individuals living with AD in the U.S., incurring $259 billion in healthcare costs. With costs estimated to rise to $1.1 trillion by 2050 as the number of AD cases could surpass 16 million, it is imperative that diagnostic tests be developed to detect early warning signs that signal the onset of the disease—at the very least to allow patients and their family time to prepare for various eventualities.        
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Saturday, August 12, 2017


Glen Campbell’s last song chronicled his struggle with Alzheimer’s disease: VIDEO

Singer Glen Campbell performs on stage in 2011 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California, as part of a farewell concert tour following his diagnosis with Alzheimer's disease. Campbell has died at age 81. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn/File Photo

Glen Campbell, the “Rhinestone Cowboy,” country music legend, hitmaker, and TV star, is dead at 81.

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Saturday, August 5, 2017


Scientists Aim For Better, Cheaper Tests For Alzheimer's

Finding some change in the blood of an Alzheimer's patient that accurately reflects the damaging changes in the brain has been tough.
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Efforts to develop a treatment that stalls the memory-robbing devastation of Alzheimer's disease have so far been unsuccessful, but scientists are making strides in another important area: the development of better tests to tell who has the condition.
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