Interview with an Alzheimer’s expert Part III: The genetic component

My mother died of pneumonia at the age of 76 but she suffered from dementia during the last 10 years of her life. Doctors thought she had Alzheimer’s disease (AD) but since no autopsy was ever … [Read more...]

Interview with an Alzheimer’s Expert Part II: To be tested or not to be tested

Today, we will continue with our Q & A on Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) with Dr. Michael Rafii and ask about tests for AD. QUESTION: There are many experimental tests for Alzheimer’s but, there is … [Read more...]

Interview with an Alzheimer’s expert, Part I: How far are we from a treatment?

5.3 million Americans have AD and 1 person every 70 seconds is diagnosed with the disease. There are many questions that need to be addressed regarding this disease. We are pleased here at Battling … [Read more...]

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