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Researchers are developing ‘artificial brains’ that can test early versions of dementia drugs and hope to begin clinical trials begin within five years.
The upcoming National Dementia Research Forum will look at how emerging research can be translated into both health policy and clinical practice, and AAA has free passes to give away.
The Coalition has pledged to boost dementia research by a further $200 million and extend access to the Commonwealth Seniors Health Card, if it forms government -news that has been broadly welcomed by stakeholders.
BREAKING NEWS: The Australian Greens has jumped on the Alzheimer’s Australia support bandwagon, raising the question of dementia funding in parliament this afternoon. [SOUND FILE]
A research review confirms that caring for a person with dementia is itself a risk factor for dementia.
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Alzheimer’s Australia has recently appointed its new chief medical advisor.
A new study in WA has received a grant from the NHMRC.
Minister for Mental Health and Ageing Mark Butler reaffirmed the government’s committment to dementia research.
There will be well over a million Australians with dementia by mid-century, with major consequences for the health and aged care systems.
An academic with international research experience has been appointed to the Faculty of Health at a Queensland university.