Diane Rehm talks about "Surviving Grace," new research on how memories are created, and Consumer Reports looks at the effectiveness of Alzheimer's drugs (read more).
Jennifer Brokaw (daughter of Tom) highlights medical-decision making burden that falls to women, the GOP's efforts to cut the National Science Foundation's budget, and the need to increase NIH funding (read more).
Dementia and the LGBT community, Alzheimer's funding gets short shrift, MIT researchers reverse Alzheimer's in mice, and the latest research on Alzheimer's impact on women (read more).
Devastating impact of early onset Alzheimer's, USA2 board member Meryl Comer calls for action against Alzheimer's, and NIH's progress to repurpose drugs to treat Alzheimer's (read more).
UCLA researchers developing "molecular tweezers" to tackle Alzheimer's, the latest on Amyloid PET scan policy, and how technology is transforming caregiving (read more).