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A record year, thanks to you

Hilary Evans

Each year as we finalise our Annual Report, I find myself reflecting on how far we’ve come. When the charity was established back in 1992 as the Alzheimer’s Research Trust, our founding trustees and scientists set out to fund a dedicated dementia research centre in Cambridge in response to a shocking lack of investment in […]

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Thanks for sharing

Dr Carol Routledge

This week we’ve been asking you to Share the Orange and help to spread our powerful campaign video featuring Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson. Taking the time to watch the video will help many people to better understand the nature of diseases like Alzheimer’s, but by sharing it, the impact grows, and more and more […]

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Unlocking patient access to new treatments

Charity Medicines Access Coalition

This is a joint blog post between the Charity Medicines Access Coalition and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Developments in scientific research will change our understanding and management of many diseases in the future. Innovative treatments can be life-saving or life-enhancing for patients, their families and carers. Research breakthroughs also drive […]

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It’s time to change the conversation

Hilary Evans

I believe research will change the future. But to accelerate progress towards life-changing treatments, we must also change the conversation about dementia. Last year, we asked thousands of people across the UK about their understanding of dementia. Our Dementia Attitudes Monitor revealed that one in five UK adults still think that dementia is a normal […]

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What would you want from a dementia treatment?

Hilary Evans

It seems like a simple question, doesn’t it? But despite a growing awareness of dementia, it’s a question that’s never been asked of large groups of people. And this means we’re lacking a piece of information that could be vital for charities, researchers and people tasked with making decisions about new treatments. That’s why today, […]

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