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Computer model maps spread of toxic Alzheimer’s protein

21/11/2014

Researchers in Canada have used a computer model to try to map the spread of toxic proteins involved in Alzheimer’s disease.

Government review to examine ways to speed up access to new treatments

20/11/2014

The Department of Health has announced that it will launch a review of how new medicines are developed and adopted.

Complex jobs linked to better memory in old age

20/11/2014

A long-term study in Scotland suggests that people with more complex jobs have fewer difficulties with memory and thinking in later life.

Scientists develop potential blood test to detect Alzheimer's early

19/11/2014

A new blood test that could detect Alzheimer's disease has been presented by researchers at the US Society of Neuroscience conference in Washington.

Review explores potential benefits of computer brain training in older people

19/11/2014

Researchers in Australia have reviewed data from 51 trials to look at the benefits of computer brain training.

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