Journalist Greg O'Brien and researcher Rudy Tanzi, Ph.D., talk about the patient's experience of Alzheimer's and the science behind curing the disease.
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David Holtzman, M.D., of Washington University in St. Louis is a leading expert on the connection between sleep and Alzheimer's disease. Hear Dr. Holtzman discuss this important subject during our free webinar on Dec. 16! No registration is required.
For Cyber Monday, Bravelets is offering a 20% discount on their products. $10 from each purchase goes to Alzheimer's research. Visit https://www.bravelets.com/bravepage/cure-alzheimer-s-fund and use coupon code CYBER20 to get the discount!
We're funding some of the top Alzheimer's researchers in the world, like Dr. David Holtzman of Washington University in St. Louis. Learn more about Dr. Holtzman's work and how he became interested in Alzheimer's research.
Alzheimer's is a young(er) person's disease -- so get to work - WE ARE
With support from Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, biotech firm Amylyx is moving forward with a therapy that targets inflammation in both Alzheimer's and ALS. Amylyx hopes to start human trials in ALS next year.
Folk-rock musician Thrift Store Talent is creating an album inspired by his friend's struggle with dementia - and he's donating a portion of his fundraising to Alzheimer's research! Learn more and support his campaign on Pledge Music.
Max Needham is biking across the USA for Alzheimer's research! Thank you, Max, and best of luck completing your journey.
Congratulations to our Research Consortium chair Dr. Rudy Tanzi on his second best-selling book, "Super Genes"! In this video, Tanzi discusses the themes of the book with co-author Deepak Chopra.
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Caring for a person with dementia often involves far more out-of-pocket costs than caring for someone with cancer, heart disease, or other conditions. We need a cure for Alzheimer's not just for patients themselves, but also for those who dedicate time and resources to caring for them.