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November 16, 2022
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Couple faces mild cognitive impairment diagnosis as a team
High school sweethearts Tony and Kori Gonzales, married 25 years, are facing Tony’s 2021 diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment together. On our blog, Tony — an Alzheimer’s Association National Early-Stage Advisor — says, “I choose to look at the rainbows and not the storms, and live each day to the fullest.”

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Progress seen in Alzheimer’s research in wake of disappointing trial
The Alzheimer’s Association is disappointed by the topline Phase 3 data reported by Genentech and Roche from the GRADUATE Phase 3 global clinical trials of gantenerumab. However, these results will contribute to our understanding of Alzheimer’s, and the Association is confident about the robust and diverse Alzheimer’s drug development pipeline.
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Pitch competition aims to increase cognitive assessment in primary care
The Alzheimer’s Association is partnering with MATTER, a global healthcare startup incubator, to discover innovative solutions to increase cognitive assessment and early detection and diagnosis of dementia. The Alzheimer’s Association Pitch Competition invites health care entrepreneurs, industry innovators, scientists and clinicians to submit their best ideas for increasing cognitive assessment in primary care practice.
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