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19th November 2020

Can we teach old drugs new tricks to prevent dementia?

Picture credit to: https://pixabay.com/vectors/brain-prescription-medication-drugs-5336763/ There are 54 million people living dementia worldwide. It is projected…
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BlogResearch
29th October 2020

Brain imaging in dementia: a crucial pillar stone of dementia research

Attention has been on Covid-19 for the last few months. But for those working on…
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BlogResearch
24th September 2020

Visual hallucinations in Parkinson’s disease: towards better understanding and treatments

Parkinson’s disease is a common neurodegenerative disease, affecting more than 2% of people over 75,…
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BlogCarePolicy
17th September 2020

A Global Debate – Should Nursing Homes be Abolished? Perspectives from the World Young Leaders in Dementia

Recently our WYLD members attended a debate organised by Capacity Australia. The debate examined the…
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BlogResearch
3rd September 2020

It’s bloody fantastic: New blood tests for Alzheimer’s disease give us a window into the ageing brain

Standing in a half empty room – the majority being supportive colleagues – at the…
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