The May 28, 2019 edition of Chronicle on WCVB 5 featured our incredible Memory and Aging Program participants and a look at how we’re working together to win the battle against Alzheimer’s by finding effective treatments and prevention. See their inspiring stories and why there’s hope on the horizon in the clips below.
If you’re 40+ with normal memory or mild memory loss, you can help us in this fight. Here’s how: butler.org/ALZregistry
Chronicle’s Anthony Everett takes us inside Butler Hospital, one of the top Alzheimer’s research centers in the world.
A genetic test revealed that Dave Kalberer carried the markers for Alzheimer’s. He is now enrolled in a clinical trial through the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital.
Anthony Everett reports on a billion-dollar effort underway to find breakthrough treatments in the next decade.
Alzheimer’s disease is a relentless force, stealing patients’ dignity and emotionally exhausting their families, caregivers and friends. How do we fight back?
URI, BayCare and Butler Hospital to test retinal scanning for early detection of Alzheimer’s disease
Study seeks 330 volunteers for clinical trials.
On New Year's day GoLocalProv announced that it had selected Stephen Salloway, M.D. as its Man of the Year for 2019. Dr. Salloway, a world leader in Alzheimer's research, is director of Neurology and the Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital and Martin M. Zucker...
Major Alzheimer’s Association grant to enable researchers to test a drug that could slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
With a special combination of compassionate care and scientific inquiry, she’s part of the front-line fight to end Alzheimer’s.
Ray and Elaine Theriault have embarked on many journeys in their 50+ years together. Now they’re on a new quest: to help end Alzheimer’s.
Drug Studied at Butler Hospital’s Memory and Aging Program May Become First New Treatment for Alzheimer’s in 16 Years
Aducanumab maker Biogen seeking FDA review in early 2020; if approved, it will become the first drug to remove amyloid protein from the brain and slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Dr. Hwamee Oh Named Director of Imaging Research for The Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital
Dr. Oh will research the use of imaging to detect Alzheimer’s before symptoms appear, offering patients a chance at early intervention.
Marc Archambault has early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, but that’s not stopping him from living his best life – or inspiring others to do the same.
With a powerful range of skills and an inspiring amount of passion, these women are engaging others in the fight against Alzheimer’s.