mild cognitive impairment

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a general term most commonly defined as a subtle but measurable memory disorder. A person with MCI experiences memory problems greater than normally expected with aging, but does not show other symptoms of dementia, such as impaired judgment or reasoning. Compared with the large body of information about Alzheimer’s disease,…

clinical trials

Over the last 15 years, scientists have made enormous strides in understanding how Alzheimer’s disease affects the brain. Many of these recent insights point toward new breakthroughs for treatment or prevention, as well as improved ways to diagnose the disease and monitor its progression. Scientists continue to make advances, and progress is advancing very quickly…