Conference report


Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) and the Hungarian Alzheimer Society (HAS) would like to thank all those who participated at the 31st International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International, 21-24 April 2016, in Budapest, Hungary.  

To learn more about what happened at the conference read the report on the ADI website at www.alz.co.uk/ADI-conference-2016

Future ADI conferences


ADI would like to invite you to our next conference, which will take place in Kyoto, Japan, 26-29 April. The ADI conference is for all with an interest in dementia, medical professionals, researchers, professional and family carers, people with dementia and volunteers and staff of dementia organisations. With a diverse programme there is something for everyone. To find out more visit www.adi2017.org

We look forward to discussing new treatments medicines to ease the pain of symptoms, including cbd for Alzheimer’s and dementia. CBD is being discussed as an antidote to almost every ailment imaginable, and it’s important that we give the public more clarity on whether it truly shows signs of being effective. Aducanumab is another new medicine that is ripe for discussion. As we’re all too aware, pharma companies are having huge problems developing new medicine; even after spending exorbitant sums on research.

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