Bloggers

Lisa Banket
Cofounding Partner/Publisher
VIEW MY COMPLETE PROFILE
Taren Grom
Cofounding Partner/Editor-in-Chief
VIEW MY COMPLETE PROFILE
Heather Hummel
Project Coordinator
VIEW MY COMPLETE PROFILE
Dan Limbach
Producer, Webcast Network
VIEW MY COMPLETE PROFILE
Denise Myshko
Managing Editor
VIEW MY COMPLETE PROFILE
Kim Ribbink
Features Editor
VIEW MY COMPLETE PROFILE
Robin Robinson
Senior Editor
VIEW MY COMPLETE PROFILE
Marah Walsh
Cofounding Partner/New Business Development
VIEW MY COMPLETE PROFILE

PharmaVOICE Editors' Blog

Friday, November 2, 2012

Big Developments in Alzheimer's Research

Promising New Advances in Alzheimer's Disease Treatment
Alzheimer's Disease is one of the most costly diseases to our society, and one of the most difficult to understand and treat.

There is no cure for AD, but there is hope for the future. It is believed that this degenerative disease may be slowed if detected early and treated properly. New global clinical trials are advancing this effort. If successful, the results could be beyond measure.

Please watch this very informative video about some of the latest efforts in treating Alzheimer's Disease.
New Era In Alzheimer's - The Time for Tau is Now

This topic was also covered in great detail in the October issue of Pharmavoice Magazine.
The Man, The Molecule, The Market: Untangling Alzheimer's Mystery

7 comments:

Alzheimer specialist said...

Alzheimer's disease has a tremendous impact at any age. With new treatment its more important than ever that you recognize early symptoms and get help as soon as possible.

Alzheimer specialist

Dan Limbach, PharmaVOICE said...

I couldn't agree more. Thanks for the comment.

Swakshi Thakur said...

I liked your blog.I got vast information about the deprenyl. As I have read many articles and come to know that deprenyl is a treat for parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's diease, depression and senile demetia. Selegiline belongs to a class of drugs called phenethylamines. Selegiline is a methamphetamine derivative with a propargyl group attached to the nitrogen atom.

Alzheimer’s clinic said...

Millions of people across the world are experiencing Alzheimer’s disease and it’s been nice to have read this article.

Alzheimer’s clinic

muzammal khan said...

Orson Scott Cards has criticized such an technique as "li fi," but we will take as a given what Ursula. acai berry abc

Anonymous said...

Alzheimer's illness has a remarkable effect at any age. With new therapy its more essential than ever that you identify beginning signs and get help as soon as possible. Google

Zoe Rachel said...

You may think that glaciers hockey is actually too challenging to understand as a grownup but starting being an adult is completely doable as well as starting being an adult actually has it's advantages. Ice handbags is tougher to discover than other team sports activities because you need to learn how you can skate before you learn how you can play glaciers hockey. www.scorespro.com

Post a Comment