Much is still unknown about Alzheimer’s, a disease that will impact half the population if you live that long. There are no pharmaceutical treatments. Doctors cannot make a definitive diagnosis until after death, with an autopsy. Research participants are in short supply.
Advances in brain imaging offer some hope, and a key piece of that work is being done in Indiana.
Dr. Martin Farlow is a researcher at Indiana University’s Department of Neurology in Indianapolis.