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Welcome To Our eNewsletter ~ May 2018 Vol IV

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Science Daily: Researchers have discovered a mutation that can protect against Alzheimer's disease in mice. The study found that a specific mutation can reduce the characteristic accumulation of the amyloid-beta peptide that occurs. READ MORE

Newsweek: Researchers have reversed symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in fruit flies by adjusting the production of certain enzymes. The finding may open doors to exploring epigenetics as a potential avenue for Alzheimer’s disease treatments. READ MORE

Medical News Today: A compound called cambinol shows great promise as a future Alzheimer's drug. The molecule has halted the spread of the toxic brain protein tau in cell cultures and mice. READ MORE

Health Day News: Being poor later in life may boost the risk of dementia by 50 percent, new research suggests. "Our study confirms that the risk of dementia is reduced among well-off older people compared with those who have fewer economic resources," said lead researcher Dorina Cadar. READ MORE

LA Business Journal: The UCLA Division of Geriatrics has received $13.6 million to study the best way to serve a growing number of Americans suffering from dementia. The five-year award from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute announced May 14 will allow UCLA researchers to compare care delivered through a health system with care that occurs in a community-based setting. The federally funded institute is based in Washington, D.C. “Whether a care team working within the health system can do a better job than a community-based care manager in coordinating the health and social needs of persons with dementia and their families is a fundamental, unanswered question,” said Dr. David Reuben, chief of the UCLA Division of Geriatrics, who will lead the study, in a statement. READ MORE

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