​​​​Alzheimer's Association International Conference

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Reports from the 2015 Alzheimer's Association International Conference:

 

July 23—Type 1 Diabetes Is Linked to Greater Risk of Dementia

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July 23—Dextromethorphan/Quinidine Compound Improves Agitation in Alzheimer's Patients

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July 23—Trial of TTP488, Halted for Futility, Will Resume as Investigators Find Evidence of Benefit

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July 21—Metabolites in Saliva Samples Suggested as Biomarkers to Distinguish Normal Cognition, MCI, and Alzheimer’s

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July 21—Neurogranin, a CSF Biomarker for Synaptic Loss, Is Found to Predict Progression from MCI to Alzheimer’s Disease

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July 21—Physical Inactivity and Television Watching in Early Adulthood Is Linked to Worse Mid-Life Cognitive Function

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