In the fifth and final segment of
this five part docu-series on Alzheimer's Disease: Dr. William L. Klein, an
Alzheimer's Disease researcher at Northwestern University and winner of a Zenith
award from the Alzheimer's Association, covers:
1) How are people treated now for Alzheimer's Disease?
2) What are some of the breakthroughs at the Klein Lab?
3) What is the passion behind the work?
4) Are research teams collaborating to find a cure for Alzheimer's Disease?
5) Are there developments of Vaccines for Alzheimer's Disease?
6) What is the time frame for scientific research?
7) What can we do as a society to become involved with the research to find a cure for Alzheimer's Disease?
8) How will lack of funding impact research for Alzheimer's Disease?
9) Why are some pharmaceutical companies pulling out of Alzheimer's Disease research?
10) How do we get the young generation involved?
11) With all of these hurdles, can we optimistic about what's on the horizon?
If you have missed:
Episode 1: A Journey into Alzheimer's Disease: Where It All Began
Episode 2: Dementia and the Toxins that Destroy Memory and Learning
Episode 3: Why Toxins Build Up in the Brain and Can We Prevent It?
Episode 4: Who Does Alzheimer's Disease Affect?
This series was produced by www.neurorapt.com