Tag Archives: Disease-Modifying Treatments for Dementia

Young Blood Infusion Recapitulates Folklore: Vampire Therapy for Dementia? (Telegraph / CTAD / JPAD)

Summary A small trial to check the safety and tolerability of youthful blood infusions for the treatment or amelioration of Alzheimer’s Disease has detected early signs of improvement in activities of daily living. Randomly selected individuals from just 18 over-65 … Continue reading

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NICE Participation in European ROADMAP Project: Faster Access to Alzheimer’s Disease Drugs? (NICE)

Summary NICE is participating in the ROADMAP initiative, which is working on a sustainable platform for “real world” evidence generation concerning Alzheimer’s Disease and (hopefully) faster development of disease-modifying drugs. “The IMI (Innovative Medicines Initiative) is Europe’s largest public-private partnership, … Continue reading

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