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The fathers of the brain

Simon Bell

Around Father’s Day, many people across the country will be thanking their fathers for the support, love and very likely financial assistance they have given them throughout their lives. The relationship a father, or any individual, has with a child they care for is dynamic and complex. When we are young, fathers can help to […]

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Our petition at No. 10 – thanks to you!

Emily Cook

This year you helped us achieve an incredible feat – almost 35,000 signatures asking for more funding for dementia research. Alzheimer’s Research UK celebrated Dementia Action Week at the Prime Minister’s Office at 10 Downing Street. We were joined by television presenter and mathematician, Rachel Riley, and two of our committed supporters to hand over […]

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2019 ARUK Supporter Survey

Tim Parry

Let’s play 20 questions. Well 22. Because in fewer than two dozen questions, we’re aiming to find out as much as we can about what motivates you, and thousands of others like you, to support our work at Alzheimer’s Research UK. It’s not a stretch for us to work out that you, like us, want […]

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My nan and dementia

Lucy Saunders

I’ve sat down to write about my grandmother several times over the last few months, and each time I’m unsure what to say. How did my nan fit into my story? Or did I just come into the end of hers? My nan is gone now, but I like to think her story isn’t over. […]

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How can a mobile game help detect Alzheimer’s risk?

Ed Pinches

You may have seen the latest news that the mobile game, Sea Hero Quest, has helped distinguish between people who are at an increased genetic risk of Alzheimer’s But what is Sea Hero Quest? And how can this game spot those at risk of Alzheimer’s? The importance of early detection Working for Alzheimer’s Research UK […]

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