Archive | November, 2017

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Why I’m Digging Deep into Alzheimer’s

Bill Gates

This blog is a cross-post with Gates Notes. In every part of the world, people are living longer than they used to. Thanks to scientific advancements, fewer people die young from heart disease, cancer, and infectious diseases. It’s no longer unusual for a person to live well into their 80s and beyond. My dad will […]

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Why dementia doesn’t need to be the biggest killer

Hilary Evans

Waking up to the news that dementia is now the biggest killer in the UK is devastating – particularly for the 850,000 people living with the condition, their loved ones and anyone else who has, in some way, been impacted by dementia. Heartbreaking as these figures are, at Alzheimer’s Research UK we are sadly not […]

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Dementia destroys lives…we must find a cure

Philip Grant

I want to tell our story of early-onset dementia. It is important to me because so many people think of dementia as a condition that affects the elderly and makes them forgetful. The truth is that dementia can strike at any time and its effects on the person and their family can be shattering.

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In the News – Proteins, Pedal Power and Promising results

Dr Laura PhippsKirsty MaraisRobin BrisbourneKaty StubbsEd PinchesFiona Calverthonor pollardClaire Bromley

Souvenaid, a milkshake-like drink made a splash in the papers this week as the results of the LipiDiDiet trial were announced. The story was covered by the BBC news online and numerous other news outlets. Souvenaid, which contains a special blend of essential fatty acids, vitamins and other nutrients, showed mixed results in an early […]

Why cycling? a reason, a respite and a reboot

Justine Longmore

I am not a winner. Everybody has a story about how they got into cycling, what it means to them or why they do it. When we find ourselves moved to raise money for a cause, this story becomes a raison d’etre and history becomes motivation. Briefly; this is my story. I am not a […]

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