Antonella Santucchione Chadha examines the relationship between sex, gender and brain disorders, and what this means for clinical development.more
The gendered dynamics of the brain and Alzheimer’s disease
An iceberg of lost memories
Geoffrey Kerchner explains why Alzheimer’s is like an iceberg; most disease activity happens slowly below the surface, before you see the first symptoms.more
Alzheimer’s disease: the value of accurate diagnosis
Diagnostic certainty contributes to the search for effective treatmentmore
A future in mind – rising to the challenge of Alzheimer’s
Discover how we are advancing towards treatments that can stop, slow or prevent, and ultimately improve the care available for people with Alzheimer’s disease.more
Roche in Alzheimer’s disease
Alzheimer’s disease has far-reaching impact on individuals, caregivers, families and society. Learn how Roche is tackling this looming global crisis.more
Working to make Alzheimer's a distant memory
Alzheimer’s erases our past and future, steals our memories, makes simple daily tasks impossible and turns our loved ones into strangers.
Growing our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease
Alzheimer’s disease is one of our biggest global challenges, but every day we are growing our knowledge of this disease in order to find answers.
Tip of the iceberg: the hidden impact of Alzheimer’s disease
Caring for people with Alzheimer’s disease has a huge economic and emotional impact. Learn about the intangible costs and Freeha’s experience with her father.more