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Scientists reverse the cognitive effects of aging in mice

Can we reverse the ageing process by putting young blood into older people?

Alzheimer’s Disease: What Stands Between Us and a Cure?

Women and Alzheimer’s

What should we know about Alzheimer's disease?

Rejuvenating Old Brains with Young Blood | Tony Wyss-Coray | World Economic Forum

Most Alzheimer's patients are women; scientists are now asking why

Stanford to open Alzheimer's research center

Stanford-based Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center to be launched

Scientists find genetic underpinnings of functional brain networks seen in imaging studies

Talking about "mouseheimers," and a call for new neuroscience technologies

Fighting to remember: U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, experts host panel on Alzheimer’s disease

The gene variant ApoE4 puts women at higher risk of Alzheimer's disease

Are Women at Greater Risk for Alzheimer’s?

Brain scientists speak at Davos economic forum

Ageing research: Blood to blood

Blocking receptor in brain’s immune cells counters Alzheimer’s in mice, study finds

Can Alzheimer's damage to the brain be repaired?

Infusion of young blood recharges brains of old mice, study finds

Gene variant puts women at higher risk of Alzheimer’s than it does men, study finds