Posted: Jun. 6, 2012
Dr. Cathy Greenblat hasn’t always been a photographer, but she has always followed her heart. Before taking early retirement from Rutgers University, where she was a sociology professor for 35 years, she took a sabbatical in the spring of 2001 and made a decision that ultimately would change her life.
Posted: Jun. 6, 2012
Alzheimer’s research for many years has been dominated by a focus on Abeta “plaques,” a focus that largely has overlooked the other infamous hallmark of the disease—the tau-based neurofibrillary “tangles.” The research world recently has broadened its scope to include significant research into tau.
Posted: Jun. 4, 2012
Bobby Zerwick left his comfortable home in Pennsylvania last March 10 with two goals: To hike the entire Appalachian Trail this summer and to raise much-needed research funds to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. The hike started at Springer Mountain in Georgia, and Bobby will hike north for a total of about five months. His journey will be completed this late summer or early fall when he reaches Mount Katahdin in Maine, having traveled more than 2,175 miles.
Posted: May 22, 2012
THE COMING ALZHEIMER’S TSUNAMI: Society’s Next Big Challenge
Given the worldwide concern about Alzheimer’s disease, Mr. Kalyan Banerjee, president of Rotary International, invited Cure Alzheimer’s Fund to present at the Rotary Club’s Annual Conference in Bangkok, Thailand, on May 9, 2012.
Posted: May 8, 2012
Alzheimer's is not just an issue in the United States: It has the potential to cause catastrophe throughout the world. This video explains the devastating nature of the Alzheimer's epidemic and what Cure Alzheimer's Fund scientists are doing to help combat the disease.
This video premiered at the Rotary Club's Annual Conference in Bangkok, Thailand on May 9, 2012. Read article here.
Posted: May 2, 2012
On April 16, Dr. Rudy Tanzi discussed what we know about the role of genetics and environment in Alzheimer's and took questions from those on the call. We will not be able to find a cure for Alzheimer's until we understand what causes this horrible disease.
If you'd like to hear the audio of our conversation with USAgainst Alzheimer's about the role of genetics and environmental causes of Alzheimer's disease, click here for a recording of this recent discussion.
Posted: Apr. 24, 2012
Cure Alzheimer’s Fund has received many questions about the value of coconut oil in combatting Alzheimer’s. We’ve asked Rudy Tanzi, Ph.D., to respond to these inquiries generically, knowing that a) there is currently no peer-reviewed clinical research available regarding efficacy of coconut oil in treating or preventing Alzheimer’s, and b) every personal situation and experience is unique. Rudy has agreed to provide his perspective on this, given those two giant caveats.
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