- Advances in the Detection & Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease
- Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St., London W1G 0AE
- Thursday, 10 October 6.15pm – 8.45PM
Synopsis: The field of Alzheimer’s diagnosis is developing rapidly, as is the understanding of the disease process. Find out about the latest advances currently in practice, and the new techniques that will change diagnosis and management
Learning Objectives: Understand the new diagnostic tools that are available, and how we’re on the cusp of being able to diagnose Alzheimer’s before there is significant and noticeable dementia.
Claude Wischik will discuss tau tangles and provide an update on the TauRx Phase 3 clinical trial of LMTX™, a second generation tau aggregation inhibitor.
Johan Vos from Alzheimer’s Disease International will discuss the 2013 World Alzheimer’s Report: Journey of Caring: An analysis of long-term care for dementia
Don’t miss this opportunity to ask our panel your pressing questions about Alzheimer’s and dementia. Network with professional colleagues to discuss the future impact of dementia on individuals, society and the NHS and social care system.