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Posts about Alzheimer’s disease — research, progress, prevention, care

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Joseph Masdeu PhD

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What factors increase someone’s risk for Alzheimer’s disease? A Q&A with Dr. Joseph C. Masdeu

At Houston Methodist Hospital, Dr. Joe Masdeu directs the Nantz National Alzheimer Center, a world-renowned center that treats thousands of patients each year. He’s passionate about treating diseases of the brain, and is continually inspired by his patients. We sat down with Dr. Masdeu to ask him some of your most pressing questions about Alzheimer’s disease and its prospective cure.

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How to Navigate an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease and the most common form of dementia, with the CDC detailing that 5.8 million Americans are diagnosed with the condition. Living with Alzheimer’s, and caring for those with the disease, is very difficult and stressful, especially if you are ill-prepared. It is important to stay well-informed of […]

Racing to end Alzheimer's founder Phil Frengs

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Want to start a non-profit? Here are 5 tips

Phil Frengs, the founder of Racing to End Alzheimer’s was featured in an interview with Authority Magazine as part of their thought leadership series. Here’s an excerpt.   “What are 5 things a person should know before starting a nonprofit?”   It’s mentally consuming. Once you get the idea, there […]

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touching poem from a supporter

Jim Hatcher was an early supporter of Racing to End Alzheimer’s. Last season he wrote a poem that means so much to so many that we’ve decided to post it here so more of you can enjoy it. If you’ve been close to someone who’s been affected by Alzheimer’s — […]