Alzheimer’s Association reports on optimism among scientists to solve the Alzheimer’s puzzle!

The Alzheimer’s Association presented an article published by the Health Day News for Healthy Living where the outlook for Alzheimer’s disease research is promising, even as the disease’s looming impact on society grows, experts say. Work is being done on scans and tests that could lead to early detection, and researchers are also identifying genetic and biological markers that could indicate if a person is at increased risk for developing Alzheimer’s.

The Health Day Article by Dennis Thompson states “…Research into Alzheimer’s disease has reached a point of significant potential, even as the disease’s looming impact on society grows more and more dire, experts say. Some leading scientists, in fact, worry that we may not be doing enough to press forward with key advances and new insights into Alzheimer’s, the most common type of dementia among older people…”

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One Response to “Alzheimer’s Association reports on optimism among scientists to solve the Alzheimer’s puzzle!”

  1. Rusty Moen says:

    Appreciated the article. One other thing I’m sure could be important to everyone reading is if you could please explain the primary difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.