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NIA 2007 Progress Report on Alzheimer\'s Disease

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2007 Progress Report on Alzheimer's Disease: Discovery and Hope -- 3 Outlook for...

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OUTLOOK FOR THE FUTURE After 30 years of intensive study, momentum in AD research is palpable. Today, scientists are increasingly optimistic about the promise of AD research. Initially, they focuse READ MORE
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2007 Progress Report on Alzheimer's Disease: Discovery and Hope -- 2 Progress Co...

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PROGRESS IN AD RESEARCH CONTINUES In 2007, scientists supported by NIH have made advances in a number of areas important to AD: * Basic research on AD * Normal cognitive aging * Th READ MORE
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2007 Progress Report on Alzheimer's Disease: Discovery and Hope -- 1 Introductio...

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INTRODUCTION Alzheimer's disease is an age-related, irreversible brain disorder that develops over many years. In the very early stage, people experience memory loss, which can be mistaken for memo READ MORE
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2007 Progress Report on Alzheimer's Disease: Discovery and Hope

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The National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the Federal Government's National Institutes of Health (NIH) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has primary responsibility for basic, c READ MORE
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The National Institute on Aging has the Government's largest budget for Alzheimer's research. This is their latest report on where your taxpayer dollars went, and the successes that were achieved in 2007.
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