Trial to evaluate body’s ability to tolerate and metabolize the drug
Growing older is a fact of life, but everyone wants to spend their “golden” years healthy and productive. But along with extra candles on the birthday cake comes a higher risk of developing diseases like Alzheimer’s, sarcopenia (muscle wasting), hearing loss and vision problems like age-related macular degeneration. Scientists at OMRF study these and other […]
Just about every one of us knows someone who’s been struck by Alzheimer’s disease. In the U.S., nearly 6 million people suffer from the deadly, memory-robbing illness.
We’ve known each other for years, but Alzheimer’s disease brought us closer together. Each of us lost our husband to Alzheimer’s—one in 2002 and one in 2003. Both of them were wonderful, thoughtful family men. Good daddies and grandpas. Thank God they didn’t know everything that was happening to them. That’s the only forgiving grace […]
By Adam Cohen “That’s not good,” Dr. James Brewer says to me. I blink, shifting my eyes from the watery blue of the Pacific Ocean to Brewer’s worried face. We’re sitting on the deck of a restaurant perched a few hundred feet above the water, our half-finished bowls of pasta warmed by the California sun. […]