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Researchers study new way to help Alzheimer’s drugs pass into brain


Researchers use nanoparticles to transport drugs in artificial cell system.

Public invited to day of dementia talks, tours, theatre and music


People are invited to a free event about dementia in Cardiff next week, featuring talks, lab tours, music and theatre.

Alzheimer’s Research UK calls on Secretary of State to capitalise on the opportunities of the G8 dementia summit.


Charities join forces to call for a collaborative action plan for dementia research.

Patricia leaves gift of hope for people with dementia


Alzheimer’s Research UK has received a gift of £10,000 from the late Patricia Evans from Suffolk

Patricia leaves gift of hope for people with dementia

Recessions in mid-life linked to worse cognition in over-50s


A study of over 12,000 people has found that people who have lived through recessions are more likely to have worse cognitive skills in their 50s.

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