Latest news from AAICAD 2011

17-20 July 2011 - Find out all of the latest news from the Alzheimer's Association International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease (AAICAD), currently taking place in Paris, France.

20 July

French President Nicolas Sarkozy gives keynote at Alzheimer's Association International Conference; commends international audience for collaborative efforts to advance research

Research Advances from the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2011

Alzheimer's Association® Welcomes President Nicolas Sarkozy to International Conference

International Study of Genetic Alzheimer's Disease Gives Clues to Presymptomatic Detection and Progression of the Disease

Late Breaking Research Results from the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2011

International Survey Reveals Attitudes Towards Alzheimer's Diagnosis and Treatment

19 July

New Studies Underscore Global Importance of Mild Cognitive Impairment in Alzheimer's Disease Continuum

New Global Model of Alzheimer's Risk Suggests a 25 Percent Reduction in Presumed Risk Factors Could Lower Alzheimer's Cases by 3 Million Worldwide

18 July

Alzheimer's Association hosts "Women and Alzheimer's: A Global Perspective" panel; advances conversation about impact of disease on women worldwide

Women at the Center of the Global Alzheimer's Epidemic

Brain Injury May More Than Double Dementia Risk in Older Veterans

Alzheimer's Association TrialMatch™ Connects More Than 2,500 People with Alzheimer's Clinical Trials Nationwide

17 July

Two Studies Advance Global Standardization of Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease

Falls May Indicate Earliest Stages of Alzheimer's and Need for Further Evaluation

Alzheimer's Association Presents Lifetime Achievement Awards to Four Researchers

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