Age-Related Memory Loss is Not Alzheimer’s

Age-Related Memory Loss is Not Alzheimer’s

A new study at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) links a deficiency of the protein RbAp48  in the brain to age-related memory loss, which has been found to be unrelated to Alzheimer’s disease. Our life’s memories are our biggest link to our past and they give us a sense of hope and belonging in a […]

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Leading the UK in Dementia Advocacy

Leading the UK in Dementia Advocacy

I don’t remember exactly when I first heard the name Norman McNamara, but at the time I’m sure I couldn’t have imagined the magnitude of his work.  Norrms, as his friends call him, was diagnosed with early onset dementia at age 50. In the five years since his diagnosis, he has done more to educate […]

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