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Alzheimer's Disease: Unraveling the Mystery

Conclusion

Image of older man walking with young childThe future builds upon the events and experiences of the past. That’s certainly true of AD research. Our knowledge of AD is advancing rapidly, and we have much to celebrate in our scientific successes.

At the same time, we cannot forget that AD remains an urgent problem for our Nation. The challenge is to continue building on these discoveries so that we can create a brighter future in which the potential of successfully managing AD or even preventing this terrible disease can become a reality.

Credits

Writer
Anne Brown Rodgers

Medical Illustrator
Stacy Jannis
Jannis Productions

3D Modeling
Bill Dempsey
Rebekah Fredenburg

Graphic Design
Fatima Ameen and Jeffrey Dever
Dever Designs

Project Coordinator
Susan R. Farrer
JBS International, Inc.

Special Thanks
NIA appreciates the extraordinary contributions of the following people to the vision and creation of this book:

Marcelle Morrison-Bogorad, Ph.D., and the staff of the NIA Division of Neuroscience
Patricia D. Lynch, former senior public affairs specialist, NIA Office of Communications and Public Liaison
David M. Burton, JBS International, Inc.

 

For additional copies of this report or further information about Alzheimer’s disease, please contact:

Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR) Center
P.O. Box 8250
Silver Spring, MD 20907-8250

Phone: 800-438-4380

Email: adear@nia.nih.gov
Website: www.nia.nih.gov/alzheimers

Fecha de publicación: Septiembre 2008
Última actualización: Marzo 20, 2014