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    The spring edition of Alzheimer's Disease Research Review provides information about a major advance in drug development that started with funding from Alzheimer's Disease Research (ADR), explains why clinical trial volunteers are key for curing Alzheimer’s, summarizes recommendations for home-based dementia care that were unveiled at an event sponsored by ADR, offers some tips and advice for informing your loved one about their Alzheimer’s diagnosis, and more.
    April 6, 2018
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    Different macular disorders could one day be stopped by treatments aimed at some of the earliest cellular changes that these diseases have in common. Read more about this exciting research, find out why bacteria in our guts can affect our risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and learn about a clinical trial that will help determine if alpha lipoic acid can slow down the growth of the advanced form of dry AMD, all in the spring 2018 edition of Macular Degeneration Research News.
    March 20, 2018
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    The winter 2018 edition of the National Glaucoma Research Report has information on a BrightFocus research grant that is leading to a new understanding of glaucoma, an article outlining the connection between diabetes and glaucoma, helpful facts about how clinical trials work, and much more.
    January 30, 2018
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    Learn about a major study that sheds new light into the causes of Alzheimer's, an innovative Alzheimer's project that is (literally) out of this world, helpful tips for when Alzheimer's affects sleep, a Q&A on clinical trials with Dr. Mario Cornacchione, and more in the winter edition of the Alzheimer's Disease Research newsletter.
    January 29, 2018
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    Cutting-edge techniques that progress our knowledge and understanding of Alzheimer's, information on how clinical trials work, research investigating a high-fat, low-carb diet in early Alzheimer's disease, are among the articles available in the fall 2017 edition of the Alzheimer's Disease Research newsletter.
    October 6, 2017
  • Newsletter
    A promising new strategy to protect the optic nerve in glaucoma, helpful information on clinical trials and why they are so important, and a study exploring the genes involved in closed-angle glaucoma, are among the articles available in the fall edition of the National Glaucoma Research Report.
    September 29, 2017
  • Newsletter
    The summer edition of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Review provides information on an MRI-based technique that could predict Alzheimer’s disease 10 years out, a research project focused on developing methods and agents that block the formation and spread of toxic tau protein, three tips for preparing financially for Alzheimer’s, and much more.
    August 17, 2017
  • Newsletter
    The summer edition of National Glaucoma Research Report outlines new research into the causes of glaucoma, drug screenings, and therapeutic strategies by generating retinal ganglion cells in a dish; a Q/A with Jeffrey Goldberg, MD, PhD on the frontlines of discovery; a spotlight on Meredith Gregory-Ksander, PhD, and her research that may stop glaucoma development and vision loss; and much more.
    June 2, 2017
  • Newsletter
    Learn about new research that sheds light on sex-based differences in Alzheimer’s disease, how inflammation may be related to the development of Alzheimer’s, tips to engage someone who has Alzheimer’s in activities, and information about a citizen science project funded by BrightFocus Foundation that enables anyone to contribute to Alzheimer’s research by playing an online game, and more in the spring 2017 edition of Alzheimer’s Disease Research Review.
    May 4, 2017
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