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Rutgers, Feb 2023
"A Two-Fold Crisis in Black Families: Caring for a Family Member with Dementia” describes our recent work on developing dementia caregiver support programs in Newark and East Orange, New Jersey. Black families have a two-fold problem when it comes to the growing crisis of Alzheimer's disease. Although they are much more likely to get the disease, they are less likely than many other families to have the financial resources to afford outside care for the affected family member.
The Elixir Factor, September 2022
On this episode of The Elixir Factor, Jim and Geri Taylor share their story of fighting Alzheimer's with courage and resilience, and finding ways to appreciate life together despite a chronic diagnosis.
NYTimes.com, April 2021
They Have Alzheimer’s. This Clinical Trial May Be a Last Hope.
Lilly.com, January 2021
Lilly's Donanemab Slows Clinical Decline of Alzheimer's Disease in Positive Phase 2 Trial
Cortexyme.com, January 2021
Cortexyme Announces Pipeline Update and Anticipated 2021 Milestones
NJ.com, February 2019
Scientists get a ‘total surprise’ and a promising new clue for how to cure Alzheimer’s
NJ.com/Star Ledger, September 2017
Is it Alzheimer’s? Turn your worries into answers and help
Edge, September 2015
The stigma attached to Alzheimer’s — and a dearth of clinical trial volunteers — may be slowing the development of a breakthrough drug.
Daily RX, April 19, 2015
Strategies That May Keep Your Brain Sharp
Cognitive aging may be slowed with several health strategies
Part One: Morris therapists go mobile as seniors age in place
See Dr. Papka’s Interview on 30 Medical Minutes, November 2014