Reprogramming Neurons to Treat Alzheimer’s Disease A promising Alzheimer's disease treatment has been developed as a result of a 2012 Nobel Prize winning discovery

The story is all too familiar: promising effects are shown in animal models of Alzheimer’s disease – providing hope for patients, physicians, and researchers alike – only to move on to clinical trials and fail to show any beneficial effects READ MORE

Clues on the role of bacteria in Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer’s symptoms may be explained by a chronic immune response from bacterial infection

Alzheimer’s disease (AD), is a chronic neural disease which slowly degrades the nervous system. Millions of people worldwide are affected by this disease, in particular those 65 and older. The disease may start a decade before the signs are evident, READ MORE