A treatment breakthrough that slowed the progression of Alzheimer’s disease would reduce the number of people with the disease from 2.4 million to 1.1 million in 2020, and from 6.5… [ Get More Details ]
Based on rates of admission in 1998, delaying admission of Alzheimer’s patients to nursing homes by 1 month could save as much as $1.12 billion a year.
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An Alzheimer’s disease research study showed that billions of dollars could be saved if physicians could intervene before someone becomes symptomatic. This positive net savings occurred with both drug treatment… [ Get More Details ]
A new study reports that using optogenetics, stimulating specific brain cells using light, may provide better results for Parkinson’s patients than traditional deep brain stimulation because of the ability to… [ Get More Details ]