Category Archives: Dementia/Alzheimer’s

“Diseases of all kind dance around the old man in a troop. But worse than any loss in the body is the failing mind which forgets the names of slaves, and cannot recognize the face of the old friend who dined with him last night, nor those of the children whom he has begotten and brought up.” Juvenal…Roman poet…390BC

A Clinical Study for Alzheimer’s Disease

 Did you ever wonder what it would be like to participate in a clinical study for Alzheimer’s disease?  Maybe you find the aging process interesting and would like to learn more about how the brain changes as you age, or … Continue reading

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Still Alice … A New Look at Alzheimer’s Disease

At fifty years old, Alice—a Harvard professor–is at the top of her game…teaching, researching and giving talks all over the world.   Then she goes for a jog one day—in her own neighborhood– and can’t find her way back home.  Her … Continue reading

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