Alzheimer’s is a frustratingly complex disease of mixed origins that expresses itself in different ways. At least 70 percent of its variation remains unexplained. In an age when so much about Alzheimer’s disease is still unknown, a depth and range of funded topics is a necessity. Numerous routes of discovery must be explored.
In a blog post at R&D Magazine, Diane Bovenkamp, PhD, Vice President, Scientific Affairs at BrightFocus Foundation summarizes some of the promising research underway across a wide range of scientific approaches, which may slow, treat, and eventually cure Alzheimer's disease.
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