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2016 American Academy of Neurology -Dementia—Part 1. Continuum Audio

“Alzheimer Disease” interview with Liana G. Apostolova, MD, MS, FAAN, from Dementia—Part 1. Continuum Audio 2016;05(05). Reused with permission. © 2016 American Academy of Neurology. www.audio-digest.org/continuum.

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Disorder that causes people to crack jokes nonstop.

Dr. Mario Mendez commented March 9 in a BBC story on a disorder that causes people to crack jokes nonstop. Mendez is Director of Neurobehavior at the Veterans Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System and a Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at UCLA.

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The State of Alzheimer's research.

PBS SoCal news segment Feb 5 on the state of Alzheimer’s research featured a lengthy interview with Dr. Kren Gylys, Professor at the UCLA School of Nursing, and Dr. Greg Cole, Interim director of the Mary S. Easton Center for Alzheimer's Disease Research and a professor of neurology and medicine. Gylys discussed her recent study that looked at the progression of the disease and why some develop Alzheimer’s while others don’t. Cole discussed his work in developing a test for diagnosing Alzheimer's.

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Researchers in Australia announce Alzheimer's breakthrough.

Dr. Gal Bitan an Associate Professor in Residence of Neurology, commented Dec. 23 in an ATTN story on Alzheimer’s research.

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Neurologist interviewed on KFI AM 640.

KFI 640AM (and here) Dr. Mario Mendez was a featured guest Nov. 4 on KFI's Bill Carroll Show to discuss Lewy Body Dementia, which actor Robin Williams was found to have had following an autopsy.