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Time to Act: Coming Together to Solve the Women’s Alzheimer’s Crisis

  • By: Maria Shriver and Sarah Lenz Lock
  • September 01, 2020

"For too long, women have borne a disproportionate share of the burden associated with Alzheimer’s and dementia—the latter being a more general term that covers a range of conditions that impair memory and other basic thinking skills people need to live independently. "

Tackling Dementia by Investing in Translational Medicine

  • By: Angus Grant
  • July 23, 2019

"Providing the funding needed to turn an idea into a viable therapy will help advancements in the field of dementia parallel the great strides made in cancer treatments and match effective, novel drugs to the patients they can benefit. This is the goal of the Dementia Discovery Fund."

Bridging the Gap — How the Global Council on Brain Health Delivers to the People of the World What Science Is Telling Us about Brain Aging 

  • By: James Goodwin and Sarah Lock
  • January 23, 2018

In spite of the many thousands of research papers, publications, books, and media reports about dementia and cognitive decline, there is still wide misunderstanding among the general public about brain health and aging.

A Legacy of Care: An Interview with H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden on Improving the Quality of Life for Dementia Patients

  • By: H.M. Queen Silvia
  • May 01, 2016

"I know there is a great sadness to see the person you love fade away more and more. Therefore, greater knowledge of dementia has become a mission for me, and I hope that it will be widely recognized that this is a disease that must be shouldered by the entire society."

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