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New Society of Women’s Health Research Paper on Alzheimer’s

A new paper from the Society of Women’s Health Research discusses the importance of women specific Alzheimer’s Disease research.

“A growing body of research shows us that Alzheimer’s disease differs between women and men,” said Pauline M. Maki, PhD, chair of the SWHR Network on Alzheimer’s Disease and co-senior author on the paper. “To improve the diagnosis of the disease and to speed the development of new treatments and interventions, we must better understand how the biological and sociocultural differences between women and men are influencing the development, progression, and treatment of Alzheimer’s.”

See the full paper here and the SWHR blog post here.


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