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Global CEO Initiative: Andrea Pfeifer & George Vradenburg. Working together on the global fight to stop Alzheimer’s disease

In this episode of PharmaTelevision News Review, filmed at Bio Conference 2013, in Chicago, USA, Fintan Walton talks to Andrea Pfeifer & George Vradenburg from the Global CEO Initiative


Global Alzheimer’s Disease Epidemiology, Patient Flow, Prevalence and Diagnosed & Treated Patients Analysis – 2018 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Global Alzheimer’s Disease Epidemiology and Patient Flow Analysis – 2018” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. This research provides insights into Alzheimer’s Disease epidemiology, Alzheimer’s Disease diagnosed patients, and Alzheimer’s Disease treatment rate for US, Japan, and … C...

New Research Framework Defines Alzheimer's by Brain Changes, Not Symptoms

NewsOnce validated in diverse global populations, this new definition will create a powerful tool to speed and improve the development of disease-modifying treatments for Alzheimer's disease.


Ex-GSK CEO Witty named head of pharmacy benefit firm Optum

Current Optum CEO Larry Renfro will move to Optum Ventures as MD

New definition of Alzheimer's changes how disease is researched

When you think of dementia, most people automatically think of Alzheimer's disease, too. But, under a new definition of Alzheimer's, the two terms no longer will be considered interchangeable. The new definition is part of a new framework for researching Alzheimer's disease that the?Alzheimer's Association and the National Institute on Aging developed and released. https://youtu.be/L9uCBaHrPYc [.....

Survey finds reducing stigma attributed to Alzheimer's is vital to prevention research

(Alzheimer's Association) Stigma associated with Alzheimer's disease may be an obstacle for individuals to seek information about their risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and to participate in clinical studies that discover potential therapies. That's according to the results of a national survey about what beliefs, attitudes and expectations are most often associated with Alzheimer's disease....

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Building A Community-Focused Clinical Trial Network For Alzheimer's Disease

Clinical Informatics News | Dementia-related disorder trials, especially Alzheimer’s, are harder to recruit for and complete due to dementia’s unique characteristics and psychological effects on patients. The Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation is looking to analyze and address the difficulty of completing Alzheimer’s disease trials timely and cost-efficiently.  

Update on Phase III clinical trials of lanabecestat for Alzheimer's disease

AstraZeneca and Eli Lilly and Company (Lilly) are discontinuing the global Phase III clinical trials of lanabecestat, an oral beta secretase cleaving enzyme (BACE) inhibitor, for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. The decision is based on recommendations by an independent data monitoring committee (IDMC), which concluded that both the AMARANTH trial, in early Alzheimer's disease, and the DAYBRE...

Sex matters: Addressing the Alzheimer's disease research gap

(Society for Women's Health Research) To prevent and treat Alzheimer's disease, scientists need to better understand how the disease differs between women and men, according to a paper published June 12 in Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association.

I Have Alzheimer's. So, Will You Still Read My Column?

A recent report estimates 47 million Americans have Alzheimer's. Don’t panic. The Alzheimer’s these millions have isn’t what you think about when you hear the words “Alzheimer’s disease.” The diagnosis is undergoing a revolution. We need a revolution in how we talk about the disease as well.

If I Have Alzheimer's, Will You Still Read My Column?

A recent report estimates 47 million Americans have Alzheimer's. Don’t panic. The Alzheimer’s these millions have isn’t what you think about when you hear the words “Alzheimer’s disease.” The diagnosis is undergoing a revolution. We need a revolution in how we talk about the disease as well.

IRW-News: ICC Labs Inc.: ICC Labs meldet neue Initiative zur Durchführung verschiedener wissenschaftlicher und medizinischer Forschungsaktivitäten

IRW-PRESS: ICC Labs Inc.: ICC Labs meldet neue Initiative zur Durchführung verschiedener wissenschaftlicher und medizinischer Forschungsaktivitäten ICC Labs meldet neue Initiative zur Durchführung...

Alzheimer's disease redefined: New research framework defines Alzheimer's by brain changes, not symptoms

(Alzheimer's Association) New research framework, published in Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association. First author Clifford R. Jack, Jr., M.D., of Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN and colleagues propose shifting the definition of Alzheimer's disease in living people -- for use in research -- from the current one, based on cognitive changes and behavioral symptoms with biomark...

Alzheimer Disease Overview Video

This video covers the mechanisms and pathophysiology thought to contribute to Alzheimer disease, including a definitions of sporadic as well as familial Alzheimer disease, common signs and symptoms, and diagnosis. Osmosis

Alzheimer’s Amyloid Gets Immune System Trim

Immune cells in the brain have a trigger, and when it is pulled, it prompts immune cells to degrade toxic β-amyloid (Aβ) proteins. This new finding, from Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Research Institute (SBP), helps explain why a faulty trigger appears to raise the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Increasing the genetic expression of the trigger—a way of pulling the trigger more often—could p...

Clinical Trials in Alzheimer’s Disease Are Failing: What Can Be Done?

With no drugs that can stop the progression of the disease and hundreds of clinical trials failing, research brings hope to people with Alzheimer’s. As the Western population ages, Alzheimer’s disease is becoming one of the biggest diseases of the ... The post Clinical Trials in Alzheimer’s Disease Are Failing: What Can Be Done? appeared first on Labiotech.eu.

Study shows importance of family history in onset of Alzheimer's disease

You're about to turn 60, and you're fretting. Your mother has had Alzheimer's disease since the age of 65. At what age will the disease strike you? A Canadian study published in JAMA Neurology shows that the closer a person gets to the age at which their parent exhibited the first signs of Alzheimer's, the more likely they are to have amyloid plaques, the cause of the cognitive decline associated ...

Just one sleepless night ups Alzheimer’s risk – Business Standard

R & D MagazineJust one sleepless night ups Alzheimer's riskBusiness StandardIs anxiety an early sign of Alzheimer's? Anxiety may be early indicator of Alzheimer's disease: study Could anxiety be an early sign of Alzheimer's disease? Anxiety: An early indicator of Alzheimer's disease? Reducing stigma associated with Alzheimer's ...Lack of sleep may be linked to risk factor for Alzheimer's disea...

A Common Virus May Play Role in Alzheimer’s Disease, Study Finds

The research did not find that viruses cause Alzheimer’s. But it showed that two types of herpes interact with Alzheimer’s-related genes and might drive the disease process

Seeding Labs & Takeda Partner to Build Global Scientific Capacity

NewsAs part of the company’s Access to Medicines initiative, Takeda’s R&D organization has joined forces with Seeding Labs to share expertise and much-needed tools to talented scientists around the world.

Alzheimer's disease: Patients exhibit changes in certain blood lipids that are typical of premature ageing

The neurodegenerative condition known as Alzheimer's disease is the commonest cause of dementia. A research group led by molecular biologists have investigated changes in certain lipids (choline phospholipids) in the plasma of elderly people who were healthy and those suffering from Alzheimer's disease. They were able to show that normal, age-related changes in blood levels also occurred in the Al...

Blood test detects early stages of Alzheimer’s disease

Scientists have developed and validated a blood test for Alzheimer’s disease, with the potential to massively ramp up the pace of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease on the rise

A new report shows that Alzheimer’s disease cases and the costs of treatment and hospitalization due to this disease and deaths due to this condition are on the rise. The report finds that at present 5.7 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and of these 5.5 million are over the age of 65 years. Of these 3.4 million are women.

Boot camp for Alzheimer's researchers to meet disease's victims proposed by Dr. ...

"Most Alzheimer's disease researchers and grant administrators have never personally spent even a few hours continuously with an Alzheimer's patient. They have textbook knowledge, but Read more...

Alzheimer's disease reversed in mouse model

Researchers have found that gradually depleting an enzyme called BACE1 completely reverses the formation of amyloid plaques in the brains of mice with Alzheimer's disease, thereby improving the animals' cognitive function. The study raises hopes that drugs targeting this enzyme will be able to successfully treat Alzheimer's disease in humans.


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