In 1907, Dr. Alois Alzheimer noted that tangles in the brain seemed to be a hallmark indicator of Alzheimer's.
Taking part in clinical trials is an essential part of finding a successful treatment for Alzheimer’s.
Deteriorating memory should never be considered a normal part of the aging process; it could signify a more serious issue.
Being a caregiver for a person with Alzheimer's is a full-time, often unpaid and sometimes seemingly thankless job. It is hard work, and it can take a significant toll on one's finances too.
Dr. Mildred Farmer, medical director of Meridian Research in the Greater Tampa Bay Area has been studying Alzheimer's disease for the last twenty years, and during that time she has been a part of at least 80 clinical trials.
Paul Nordeen, a Brooklyn minister, tells about his battle with Alzheimer's.