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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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“My Gran Reita has Alzheimer’s & lately she’s been upset because she can’t remember going to her Prom & we have no photos to help her remember. So we threw her a new Prom in our backyard. I’ve never seen her so happy.” – Mackenzie Let’s make breakthroughs for people like Reita.
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Excited that has chosen ARUK as their Official Charity Partner for the next three years! All funds raised at this summer’s Classic will help in dementia research. Get your ticket now and support at: 🏎️
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. want to know about what people might want from future treatment for dementia. Learn about what you can do to make breakthroughs possible
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Together we can help fund research to find breakthroughs for people with dementia. Make a stand this Dementia Action Week. Start with and be part of something brilliant! 👉
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Some people talk about dementia and Alzheimer’s as the same thing. Our animation explains the difference between the two.
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📣 Have a question about future dementia treatments and research? Comment via 's tweet and get your questions answered by Care Minister !
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Replying to @matzmatthaus
So sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family. ❤️
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AlzheimersResearchUK 6h
Good luck to at tonight's ! We hope your 25,000 cake-baking, face-painting, truck-pulling, head-shaving Iceland colleagues are recognised for making breakthroughs possible for dementia research. You're already winners to us. 🏆
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AlzheimersResearchUK 6h
Although getting older is the biggest risk factor for dementia, evidence shows there are real actions you can take to help reduce your risk. RT to spread the word this Dementia Action Week
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Four ways you can support someone with dementia. 👇🏾
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Happy 2nd birthday to you, ! 🎈 From quizzes, concerts, Christmas cards to tombolas, Shropshire Fundraising Group has raised over £44k for dementia research in just two years. It's amazing what a passionate bunch of people can make. You
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AlzheimersResearchUK 10h
Good luck! Let us know how it goes (sure you'll smash it) 🙂🤗
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"My grandma's had Alzheimer’s for 11 years now. It’s hard to remember what she was like before, but that rare smile on her face is just a glimpse and reminder of the love I know she still carries with her. Appreciate the little things." - Daniel
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Replying to @Minerva2BC
What a touching message of love. We'd love to share your post with our audience. With your permission. Sending love to you and your beautiful mum. <3
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What a beautiful moment. ❤️
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Replying to @LaraInTheMiddle
So sorry for your loss. We're doing everything we can do make breakthroughs possible to stop the diseases that cause dementia taking the people we love from us. Sending love. ❤️
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AlzheimersResearchUK 12h
Stephen takes action for dementia research by designing new drugs to help improve people's lives, because dementia is our biggest medical challenge.
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AlzheimersResearchUK May 21
People with hearing loss are up to 5x more likely to be affected by dementia. We’re proud to partner with to fund important research to find a link and investigate whether treating hearing loss can help reduce risk.
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