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New dementia drug would work wonders for the economy

new dementia drug would work wonders for the economyA dementia drug called Solanezumab could become the first ever to effectively halt progress of the brain disease, and the benefits to the economy will be huge if it is put to use.    *Read..
City A.M. 1 week ago

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Trials for revolutionary brain disease robotic treatment to be...

trials for revolutionary brain disease robotic treatment to be...A Bristol neurosurgeon who developed a "revolutionary" robotic treatment for brain disease has turned to crowd-funding to pay £900,000 required for clinical trials. Professor Steven Gill aims to treat..
Western Morning News on June 5, 2015

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Neurosurgeon's £900,000 tumour plea

BBC Local News: Bristol -- A neurosurgeon from Bristol who has developed a "revolutionary treatment" for brain disease launches a £900,000 crowd-funding appeal to pay for trials.
BBC Local News on June 4, 2015Also reported by •BBC News
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Businesses rally to 'Freddie's Friends' after thieves steal...

businesses rally to 'freddie's friends' after thieves steal...BUSINESSES have stepped up to help after heartless thieves stole fundraising T-shirts from a Hull charity.They broke into Rachel Appleyard's car in Collin Avenue during the early hours of Tuesday and..
Hull Daily Mail on June 4, 2015

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Huntington's 'increases by 55%'

A charity warns the number of Scots being diagnosed with a rare brain disease has risen by 55% in three years.
BBC News on May 19, 2015
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Ohio State football player showed no signs of a brain disease - coroner

CLEVELAND (Reuters) - An Ohio State football player who committed suicide last year did not show signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a degenerative brain disease sometimes found in athletes with..
Reuters on March 6, 2015
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Film review: Still Alice

Cert 12a |  ★★★☆☆ For all the horror genre’s attempts to scare us with demonic possession and serial killers, real terror rarely lies in external threat but in the machinations of the..
City A.M. on March 6, 2015

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NFL Champions To Donate Brains To Science

nfl champions to donate brains to scienceSidney Rice and Steve Weatherford want to help brain disease research, especially on the debilitating effects of concussion.
Sky News on March 4, 2015Also reported by •guardian.co.uk
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Johnny Depp to visit boy with brain disease


ContactMusic on January 21, 2015

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Tragic Guitar Man Jeff Golub Loses Battle With Rare Brain Disease


ContactMusic on January 2, 2015

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Stem cell study leads to potential new dementia treatment

Defective cells grown in dish reveal pathway linked to inherited form of dementia Cells used to study “dementia in a dish” have led scientists to a potential new treatment strategy for an..
guardian.co.uk on December 31, 2014

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New hope for vaccine against human form of mad cow disease after scientists develop jab for brain-wasting condition in deer 

new hope for vaccine against human form of mad cow disease after scientists develop jab for brain-wasting condition in deer Researchers say five deer have been immunised for the first time against chronic wasting disease (CWE), a fatal brain disease which affects animals in the U.S. and is similar to CJD in humans.
MailOnline on December 22, 2014

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Lifestyle choices such as changing diet, taking up exercise and playing puzzles could prevent 80,000 dementia cases

lifestyle choices such as changing diet, taking up exercise and playing puzzles could prevent 80,000 dementia casesA major research study, to be presented in Doha in February, suggests people make diet and exercise changes earlier in life to cut the risk of developing the brain disease as they grow old.
MailOnline on December 22, 2014

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Sheep disease scrapie could transfer to CJD variant in humans,...

sheep disease scrapie could transfer to cjd variant in humans,...A scientific paper published today suggests that a deadly brain disease affecting sheep has the potential to infect humans, though they insist there is no evidence that consumption of sheep with..
Western Daily Press on December 17, 2014

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Fear over lamb as scientists discover sheep disease could infect...

fear over lamb as scientists discover sheep disease could infect...A question mark over the safety of lamb has been raised after scientists found that a deadly brain disease affecting sheep has the potential to infect humans. The disease, scrapie, is similar to..
Western Morning News on December 17, 2014

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Scrapie from sheep could infect humans with 'mad cow disease', study finds

Tests find a link between the infectious agent behind scrapie with fatal human brain disease, sporadic CJD, which caused major health scare in 1990s
Telegraph.co.uk on December 17, 2014

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What do you do when you’re told you have a life-limiting disease?

*A DEVASTATING brain disease about which little is known has led a reporter from Sussex Newspapers to tackle the Great South Run on Sunday (October 26).*
Crawley Observer on October 20, 2014Also reported by •Sussex Express
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'I walked around for 13 years with a headache, I thought it was normal'

Hall of Famer Joe Delamielleure is one of the group of ex-players to have opted-out of the NFLs concussion settlement, as those living with brain damage have been excluded · Families opt-out of..
guardian.co.uk on October 16, 2014

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Pensioner told she had dementia and sold her house to pay for care is told 18 months later there is NOTHING wrong with her  

pensioner told she had dementia and sold her house to pay for care is told 18 months later there is nothing wrong with her  Winnie Hill, 88, from Devon, was left distraught after doctors told her she was suffering deliberating brain disease Alzheimer's and needed round the clock care.
MailOnline on October 14, 2014

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Plymouth OAP, 88, forced to sell house to pay for dementia care...

plymouth oap, 88, forced to sell house to pay for dementia care...An OAP diagnosed with dementia sold her HOUSE to pay for an 18 month stay in a specialist care home - only to find out there was NOTHING wrong with her. Winnie Hill, 88, was left distraught after..
Western Daily Press on October 14, 2014


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