Aducanumab: Will this antibody open new pathways to treating Alzheimer’s?

Citizen Scientist nominee, Florida State Representative Matt Willhite, from GAP-Net site JEM Research Institute, speaks about his mother’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis and involvement in Biogen’s clinical trial. Surprise and skepticism greeted the Biogen company’s announcement that clinical trials of an antibody called aducanumab were resuming this year. Not only that, Biogen asked the federal Food and […]

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Alzheimer’s Research Impacted by COVID-19

GAP-Net site, Syrentis Clinical Research, and GAP President, John Dwyer, were interviewed about the difficulties of recruiting Alzheimer’s clinical trial volunteers in the time of COVID-19, and why their involvement is important. Alzheimer’s disease researchers fear that fewer volunteers and delayed studies due to COVID-19 may hinder the discovery of important treatments for the illness. […]

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Top Doctors 2020

GAP-Net site, Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health Las Vegas, was included in the KNPR Top Doctors in Southern Nevada of 2020. How the Top Doctors are selected Castle Connolly Top Doctors is a healthcare research company and the official source for Top Doctors for the past 25 years. Castle Connolly’s established nomination […]

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New Findings from AAIC Indicated Brain-Gut Axis to be the New Breakthrough in the Research Field of Alzheimer’s Disease

GAP-Net Site Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health at Cleveland Clinic Las Vegas was quoted about how microbiomes in the gut can affect the brain and lead to Alzheimer’s disease. SHANGHAI, July 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Alzheimer’s disease has been an unsolved puzzle for scientists since the first patient was found over 100 years ago. Different theories […]

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‘Amazing, Isn’t It?’ Long Sought Blood Test for Alzheimer’s in Reach

GAP-Net site Washington University in St. Louis helped develop one of the tests that has diagnosed the disease as accurately as methods that are far more expensive or invasive. Banner Alzheimer’s Institute was also mentioned as a senior author. A newly developed blood test for Alzheimer’s has diagnosed the disease as accurately as methods that […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment Pipeline: Hope is Trending

Dr. Jeffrey Cummings from GAP-Net site, Lou Ruovo Center for Brain Health at Cleveland Clinic in Las Vegas was interviewed by NeurologyLive about developments in Alzheimer’s disease research that are worth holding out hope for. A systematic review of Alzheimer disease (AD) treatments currently in development demonstrate the progressive emphasis on nonamyloid targets, including candidate […]

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New Clinical Trial Aimed at Preventing Alzheimer’s Years Before Symptoms Arise

GAP-Net sites Butler Hospitals Memory and Aging Program and Rhode Island Hospitals Alzheimer’s Disease and Memory Disorders Center were featured on 10WJAR in Providence, RI about an Alzheimer’s clinical trial that looks to prevent the disease before symptoms occur. A new clinical trial is aimed at preventing Alzheimer’s years before symptoms arise. There will be […]

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Brigham and Women’s gets $25 Million Donation

GAP-Net site Brigham and Women’s Center for Alzheimers Research and Treatment received a $25 million donation. Brigham and Women’s Hospital has received a $25 million gift to establish and support a new Alzheimer’s prevention program, the Boston-based organization said July 13. The gift, from Andrew and Kate Davis and the Shelby Cullom Davis Charitable Fund, will […]

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