A new study shows that two drugs can block the death of brain cells in mice. Dr Doug Brown, Director of Research and Development at Alzheimer’s Society, comments.
Lack of any positive effect on people with Alzheimer’s disease brought a phase 3 clinical trial to a halt. Learn more from our Summer 2018 issue of Care and cure magazine.
Medication and care may change in the later stages of dementia. Find out about treatment options, advance decisions, and living options.
There are a number of common factors during the later stages of dementia that can affect a person’s health.
Certain medications may cause side-effects for a person with dementia, including hallucinations. It's important to seek medical help when hallucinations occur.
Learn about research into new treatments for Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia, how you might be able to help, as well as further information.
Learn about guidance provided by The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence regarding access to available drugs for Alzheimer's disease, published in 2011.
We suggest some helpful questions that you may wish to ask your doctor, plus we provide insight in to process of stopping medication.
Learn about the recommended dose for different types of prescribed drugs, what form they are dispensed in and also what to do if a dose is missed.
We explore the evidence behind the effectiveness of Alzheimer's disease drugs as treatment for people that are living with other types of dementia.