Tag: Alzheimers

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Britain on cusp of revolution for Alzheimer’s treatment with personalised medication

Dr Emer MacSweeney, a consultant in neuroscience believes within the next two decades individuals over the age of 50 could be routinely screened...

Early-stage Alzheimer’s disease could be detected from urine samples, study finds

Alzheimer’s disease could be detected in its early stages via a simple and inexpensive analysis of urine samples, a study has revealed. Researchers...

Alzheimer’s could be detected in your pee 'years' before cognitive decline, says new study

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia - a currently incurable neurodegenerative condition which affects millions around the world. The key to...

Major drug breakthrough in battle with Alzheimer’s

Full data from trials of the drug lecanemab are published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday. Researchers have been waiting...

Woman, 58, struggles with daily tasks 2 years prior to early Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis

“She stopped driving a motor vehicle about 6 months before her memory clinic consultation.”She had no family history of dementia, and no other...

‘Historic’ Breakthrough Alzheimer’s drug may be available from next year, says expert

Patients could receive the game-changing Alzheimer’s treatment as early as next year, a top expert has predicted. But scientists have warned dementia services...