NIH to fund 4 new studies on Alzheimer's

01/15/2013 | Hill, The

The NIH will allot $11 million this year and up to $55 million over five years to support four new studies on Alzheimer's disease. The research will be undertaken by Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study members. One study will focus on preventing the development of the disease in cognitively healthy people with high amyloid protein accumulation in the brain. Another will investigate the effect of exercise on cognitive decline.

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