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Discover How This Cancer Treatment Is Showing New Promise in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease

What if there was a medication that could treat not just one, but three devastating diseases: leukemia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s disease? Hoping that the drug, nilotinib fits the bill, researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center are anticipatory. Currently approved to be used in people that have one kind of leukemia, a small trial is producing […]

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Shedding New Light on Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment

Research scientists are shedding new light on treatments to potentially impact Alzheimer’s disease: light therapy. Effects of light are only just starting to be tapped into, and already are showing some notable and promising results. For instance, MIT analysts are assessing a form of flickering light therapy, in which the visual cortex of mice is […]

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On the Brink of Defeating Alzheimer’s? CareWorks Health Services Shares Latest Breakthroughs

Exciting scientific studies are zeroing in ever nearer towards the eradication of Alzheimer’s disease, this time in the form of two medications already developed and approved by the FDA. This enables accelerated clinical trials and we hope fast-tracking us closer to a treatment. The first, interestingly, is a drug utilized for treating HIV. Researchers have […]

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A Radical New Perspective on the Cause of Alzheimer’s Could Change Everything

Thomas Edison’s words hold special meaning today regarding the race to locate both the cause and a cure for Alzheimer’s disease: “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” Each day seems to bring hopeful news of one more clinical trial, followed shortly after by the frustrating news that results did […]

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The Female Factor: Why Women Are More at Risk for Alzheimer’s

Scientists are finally starting to get a grip on the imbalance between Alzheimer’s diagnoses in women and men. Generally, up to 2/3 of those with Alzheimer’s in the U.S. are female, and as researchers begin to better understand the specific particulars behind this pattern, we are able to start to address the risk for Alzheimer’s. […]