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In this blog you will find guest articles and information provided by visitors to the website.

Communicating with Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease:
One of the most tragic symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the worsening ability to communicate. Deterioration of verbal communication is evident as pauses in conversation increase, word substitutions become more prominent, and “empty” communication is the norm.
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Brain Circulation in Alzheimer Disease:
The brain’s blood vessels (or cerebrovascular system) are vital for proper brain function. Recent evidence suggests that endothelial cells (cells that make up the walls of blood vessels) are an important factor in the cause…
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Read about the Blog Contributors:

  • MARIA C. APPELZOLLER, Ph.D.
  • PROF. GUSTAVO ROMÁN, MD FACP FRSM (Lond)
  • MARY GUERRIERO AUSTROM, PhD
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