E-Newsletter: January 23, 2015

The number of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease is expected to double worldwide by 2030, making it a critical public health concern that affects every part of the globe, and every gender, ethnicity and socio-economic bracket. The Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation launched this week a new cross-platform website at ALZinfo.org that now offers easy access to critical information for all stakeholders, and a way to connect to a robust community of medical professionals, caregivers and other family members via all social media platforms.

While there is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s, our team continues to made unique, and groundbreaking progress. Your support remains a critical factor in this global quest for a cure.

The reinvigorated ALZinfo.org now offers a deep well of resources for all those affected by Alzheimer’s, and allows visitors to follow our research progress in developing new treatment protocols, and ultimately finding a cure for this debilitating disease.

Thank you for your belief in our work.

Kent Karosen

Research Articles

A Few Cups of Coffee a Day May Lower Alzheimer’s Risk

January 23, 2015

Moderate coffee consumption may be good for the brain. Those Read More

Early Alzheimer’s May Involve More Than Just Memory Loss

January 23, 2015

Depression, anxiety, irritability and changes in appetite are among the Read More

Promising Drug, Gantenerumab, Fails to Prevent Alzheimer’s Onset

January 23, 2015

A promising investigational drug called gantenerumab failed to stem the Read More

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