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New Insights Treating Rare Type of Alzheimer’s Disease

In a recent article published in Nature, Randall Bateman and colleagues report new insights into the effect of treatment in patients with inherited Alzheimer's.

Mind the Gut: How our guest bacteria health affects our brain

We are not alone, and we don't need to search further away on another planet. An entire community of microorganisms live inside our gut,...

In Alzheimer’s Disease, Faulty Tau Spreads Rapidly But Is Not Toxic at First

The accumulation of misfolded tau proteins in the brain is one hallmark of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). Researchers at the University of Southampton, UK, have...

New Alzheimer’s Treatment Improves Patients’ Cognitive Abilities

NeuroAD, a novel medical device for Alzheimer's treatment, has shown promising results in clinical trials. The lack of side-effects, the cognitive improvements in patients...

A New Hope For Alzheimer’s Disease Immunotherapy

For the first time, an antibody was able to target and disrupt the Aβ plaques in the brain.