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Best Alzheimer's Blogs of 2016!

Healthline's editors selected each winner based on their reach to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high quality information.

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Alzheimer's Front Row is the companion website to Bob DeMarco’s Alzheimer’s Reading Room.

Here, you’ll find easy-to-access news pieces on disease research, Alzheimer’s tests, and clinical trials (medical tests that allow patients to participate in treatments that may help, but haven’t been released to a wider market).

Search Front Row’s posts to find information on broader topics like neurology and tips on patient care.

Search the Alzheimer's Reading Room for Answers to Your Questions About Alzheimer's and dementia

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Clinical Trial Investigating Alzheimer's, Memory and Reasoning

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether the study medication can help people with mild to moderate Alzheimer's Disease improve their mental abilities such as understanding, reasoning, and judgment.

Clinical Trial Investigating Alzheimer's, Memory and Reasoning | Alzheimer's Reading Room

When you click on the link above you will be taken to a simple form to find out if you or your loved one is eligible for this free FDA approved clinical Trial.

All information is subject to the Privacy Act. 


Experimental Drug Shows Promise and is Currently Being Investigated as a Treatment for Alzheimer's

A new Alzheimer's treatment is now available
One of the biggest problems we are facing in finding an effective treatment for Alzheimer’s is the lack of participation by qualified patients in clinical trials.

It is my belief that caregivers should be investigating and participating in Phase III clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease. If we don’t participate actively it will take longer than is necessary to find a treatment for Alzheimer’s that works.

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