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AlzheimersResearchUK
The UK’s leading dementia research charity dedicated to making life-changing breakthroughs in diagnosis, prevention, treatment & cure
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AlzheimersResearchUK 9h
Glad you asked. Simply visit - choose your distance and run, walk or jog your way to raise £100 for research to be part of the breakthrough!
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AlzheimersResearchUK 10h
Dementia isn't just memory loss. Everyone with dementia will experience symptoms in their own way. Learn more:
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AlzheimersResearchUK 11h
“Yesterday a lady came up to us at the beach and asked if we could help fulfil her husband’s wish to ride a wave one last time because he's living with dementia.” - Ryan We will fulfil our promise to you to
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AlzheimersResearchUK 14h
This isn’t our moon. It's a cluster of nerve cells with a tau mutation. Tau is a culprit protein in the development of Alzheimer’s that we think builds up driving damage to brain cells. If we can put man on the moon. We can make breakthroughs in dementia research.
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AlzheimersResearchUK 16h
Santa has great taste!
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AlzheimersResearchUK 16h
A mighty fine ! Envy of Dagenham and indeed the country.
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AlzheimersResearchUK 17h
Every scientific result, no matter how big or small, builds our understanding of the diseases that cause dementia and drives the development of new treatments. We will
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AlzheimersResearchUK 19h
Everyone’s first car comes with a memorable story. This week we're asking you to share your memories to celebrate our upcoming partnership with . So, tell us about your pride and joy, your banger or your old and trusty steed.
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AlzheimersResearchUK 23h
Start at your local and get that weekend 5km covered! 🏃‍♀️👍🏿
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 19
When it comes to treating diseases that cause dementia, like Alzheimer’s, we won't stop until we find the answer.
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 19
Sir Jackie Stewart and Lady Helen have been married for over 50 years. In 2014, she was diagnosed with dementia. It was devastating news for the family. Now, through 's collaboration with ARUK, they're helping accelerate research progress towards a breakthrough.
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 19
“I feel like my dad has gone. The man who raised me is no longer there. Research must change this.” Tyler’s dad was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia in his early 50s. We won't stop until we find a way to stop this cruel condition from taking our loved ones too soon.
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 19
Replying to @CharityCarUK
We are SO grateful for such an amazing contribution to research. This really will help ! Thanks for your support. ❤️
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 19
Replying to @jordan_oladele
❤️❤️❤️ This is so wonderful to read! Thank you so much for getting in touch to let us know. We will definitely pass your praise onto Ikram and Asia. Have a wonderful weekend!
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 19
“Yesterday an elderly lady came up to us at the beach and asked if we could help fulfil her husband’s wish to ride a wave one last time.” - Ryan Her husband is living with dementia. This is the sweetest thing we’ve seen all week. ❤️
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 19
Great to see some collaboration on the agenda! 👍🏽🙂
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 19
Thank you so much for sharing your story and for everything you do to support our mission to find a breakthrough. Honour to have you running with us! Let's do it for your mum. ❤️
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 19
Research suggests that only 34% of adults think that reducing the risk of dementia is possible. While we can't change the genes we inherit, evidence shows that changing our lifestyle can still help stack the odds in our favour.
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 18
Over 4,500 people are lacing up their trainers and around the world to help us find a life-changing treatment by 2025. We will find a way.
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AlzheimersResearchUK Jul 18
We've put everything you need to know about the causes of Alzheimer’s disease in one little blog. Have a read:
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