World Alzheimer’s Day: what we have learned about the disease in the last 4 years

  • Paul Organe and Andrew Webb
  • BBC

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Alzheimer’s disease research is improving the outlook for dementia patients around the world.

A new drug, a blood test and a specialized village are some of the things that have given hope to people living with Alzheimer’s disease in the last four years.

And there could be more on the way.

In the framework of World Alzheimer’s Day, on September 21, we list four significant advances that have occurred in recent years.

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