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Potential Benefit of Multivitamins for Cognition in Older Adults

Dr. Keith Vossel, Professor of Neurology and Director of the UCLA Easton Center, was interviewed by CNN about a new study on potential benefit of multivitamins for cognition in older adults.
https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/14/health/daily-multivitamin-cognitive-function-study-wellness/index.html

 

En español:
El Dr. Keith Vossel, profesor de neurología y director del Centro Easton de UCLA, fue entrevistado por CNN acerca de un nuevo estudio que muestra el beneficio que pueden tener las multivitaminas para la cognición de los adultos mayores.
https://www.cnnbrasil.com.br/saude/multivitaminico-diario-pode-trazer-melhora-da-cognicao-em-idosos-diz-estudo/?amp

Dr. Vossel Discussed the Work of the Easton Center on "Radio Night Live" AM970 in NY

Listen to the Podcast of Dr. Keith Vossel's interview with Kevin McCullough, New York's "Radio Night Live" AM970, on July 13, 2022, discussing the causes and risk factors of Alzheimer's disease and the work of the Easton Center in conducting clinical trials and research to find treatments.

Part 1:
https://eastonad.ucla.edu/images/media/Dr_Vossel_Pt-1_RNL_WNYM_Seg-2_7-13-22.mp3

Part 2:
https://eastonad.ucla.edu/images/media/Dr_Vossel_Pt-2_RNL_WNYM_Seg-3_7-13-22.mp3

Part 3:
https://eastonad.ucla.edu/images/media/Dr_Vossel_Pt-3_RNL_WNYM_Seg-4_7-13-22.mp3

John Douglas French Alzheimer's Foundation (JDFAF) Spring Symposium at UCLA

The UCLA Easton Center was honored to host the John Douglas French Alzheimer's Foundation (JDFAF) Spring Symposium at UCLA on Wednesday, June 1, 2022. We were delighted to have Dr. Bruce Miller, the Director of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center and Medical Director of the JDFAF, Dr. Cheryl Craft, the President and CEO of the JDFAF, the Executive Board of the JDFAF, and other distinguished guests, along with the JDFAF Endowed Professors. Drs. Keith Vossel, Mirella Díaz-Santos, and Jessica Rexach from UCLA shared their latest findings with some of the most influential scientists across the country.

Controversial New Alzheimer's Drug

Dr. Keith Vossel, Professor of Neurology and Director of the UCLA Easton Center, was interviewed by American Medicine Today about the controversial topic of Aduhelm, the new Alzheimer's drug.

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