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Peculiar Pedal Power

Miranda JohnsonYosra OsmanJade RolphVicky Naylor

I commute to the Alzheimer’s Research UK office on my Brompton, a small but perfectly formed example of British engineering. I have inventively named him Brom. Brom and I rarely stray from our route to work but this August we went a little wild and took part in the World Brompton Championships at Goodwood Motor Circuit.

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Is this fundraising call genuine?

Miranda JohnsonYosra OsmanJade RolphVicky Naylor

Some supporters have called us asking if a telephone call from a fundraiser calling on our behalf is genuine. In these days of scams and nuisance calls, it’s important that the genuine calls from Alzheimer’s Research UK and other charities you support are easy to identify. Here’s our top ten tips for checking that a […]

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When is a failed clinical trial not a failure?

Miranda JohnsonYosra OsmanJade RolphVicky Naylor

Back in 2002, the news broke that Elan had halted its phase II clinical trial for the AN1792 vaccine, designed to combat Alzheimer’s. It was a severe disappointment for people with Alzheimer’s and their loved ones. Many hopes had been pinned on the vaccine, and its failure saw those hopes dashed for hundreds of thousands […]

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World Alzheimer’s Day: How you can make a difference in research

Miranda JohnsonYosra OsmanJade RolphVicky Naylor

Today is World Alzheimer’s Day. No doubt the day will mean something different to everyone touched by Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. For some, it’s an opportunity to think about those we know affected by dementia, or those who are no longer here. For others, a chance to raise awareness or think about how […]

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