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MedicalXpress: To feel that your memory may not be up to scratch can be unsettling or even downright frightening. And that's hardly surprising –- memory makes us who we are. Being able to reflect on and share the past is fundamental to our sense of identity, our relationships, and our capacity to imagine the future. To lose any part of this ability not only causes problems in our daily routine, it threatens the very notion of who we are. By far the biggest health fear in people over the age of 50 is Alzheimer's disease and the catastrophic loss of personal memory it entails. READ MORE

Health 24: There have been many setbacks on the long road to finding a treatment that might slow or stop Alzheimer's disease, but a new trial offers a glimmer of hope. Researchers report that an experimental drug called BAN2401 slowed mental decline by as much as 30% in Alzheimer's patients. It also appeared to clear away the amyloid protein plaques in the brain that have long been linked to the devastating illness. READ MORE

Science Daily: Researchers have discovered that a modified version of an important immune cell protein could be used to treat Alzheimer's disease. The study reveals that soluble versions of a protein called TLR5 can reduce the buildup of amyloid plaques in the brains of Alzheimer's disease model mice and prevent the toxic peptide that forms these plaques from killing neurons. READ MORE

CBS News: Mike and Carol Daly have been married for 54 years. Like more than five million american families, they're dealing with dementia. Carol has been suffering from Alzheimer's, the main type of dementia. What makes this story so unusual, as we first reported in April, is that almost every year for the past ten years we've interviewed Mike and Carol as Alzheimer's took over her brain. Even though this is intensely personal, they wanted all of us to see the devastating impact of Alzheimer's, on each of them, over a decade. READ MORE

TV Week: A comedian who has been a television fixture for decades is suffering from dementia and has been confined to a wheelchair, according to a new report. The Blast reports that Tim Conway, who played Ensign Parker on “McHale’s Navy” in the ’60s and was one of the stars of “The Carol Burnett Show” in the ’70s, is at the center of a legal dispute among family members over his care. READ MORE

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