Research Highlights for World Alzheimer's Awareness Month

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It is estimated that 47.5 million people worldwide are living with dementia, caused by a variety of brain illnesses including Alzheimer’s.

During World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in September, we’re highlighting some of our research to bring attention to the disease and its impact on patients, caregivers and society.

Read selections from our 43 posters/articles with research findings on Alzheimer’s disease/dementia:

Schaller S, Mauskopf J, Kriza C, Wahlster P, Kolominsky-Rabas PL. The main cost drivers in dementia: A systematic review.

Hauber AB, Mohamed AF, Johnson FR, Cook M, Arrighi HM, Zhang J, Grundman M. Understanding the relative importance of preserving functional abilities in Alzheimer's disease in the United States and Germany.

Qiu WW, Lai A, Mon T, Mwamburi M, Taylor M, Rosenzweig J, Kowall N, Stern R, Zhu H, Steffens DC. Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors and Alzheimer disease in the presence of the apolipoprotein E4 allele.

Alwin J, Brodtkorb T. Could the choice of patient versus proxy ratings for assessing quality of life in dementia affect resource allocation in health care?

Go to our therapeutic experience page to learn more about our expertise with the Central Nervous System and Neurology — including Alzheimer’s and dementia. You can look for additional studies on Alzheimer’s in our searchable publications database.

 

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