A biotech company founded by a mother-and-daughter team has developed what could potentially be the world’s first Alzheimer’s vaccine.
Dr. Chang Yi Wang, Ph.D., a prolific bio-inventor known for her works in the fields of immunology and biochemistry teamed up with her daughter Mei Mei Hu and son-in-law Louis Reese to create United Neuroscience four years ago.
An elderly woman diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease tried to pick up her adult daughter from a kindergarten that she used to attend over three decades ago in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, China.
A 52-year-old courier from Chengdu, Sichuan province, China is winning the hearts of netizens for his filial piety for always bringing his 92-year-old mother to work every single day.
Veteran actor Soon-Tek Oh passed away at the age of 85 on Wednesday in Los Angeles after battling Alzheimer’s Disease, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Although the South Korea native has acted in many notable movies, including “The Man With the Golden Gun” and “Missing in Action 2: The Beginning”, his most beloved role is arguably Fa Zhou, Mulan’s father in the Disney animated classic “Mulan”.
After watching her beloved grandmother become increasingly forgetful over the past few years due to Alzheimer’s disease, 14-year-old Emma Yang decided to use her coding skills to help make a difference.
Yang, whose grandma began showing symptoms of the chronic neurodegenerative disease when she was 7 or 8 years old, decided to create an app for her as soon as she learned how to code.
Diagnosing the chronic, neurodegenerative condition that is Alzheimer’s Disease requires thorough medical assessment that involves many tests to rule out other issues. However, a team of Japanese and Australian researchers may have just sped up the process through a simple and affordable blood examination.
The new test, published in the journal Nature, determines the accumulation of amyloid-beta — protein structures that form plaque in the brain of an individual with Alzheimer’s Disease.
A university professor from Southwest China’s Guizhou Province is melting the hearts of many Chinese netizens for his unconditional love and dedication to take care of his mother who has Alzheimer’s disease.
The heartwarming story of Professor Hu Ming, 58, who teaches at Guizhou University School of Economics, was first posted online in 2016 on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo, and his story hasn’t resurfaced until recently.