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Source: Charite – University medicine Berlin, around 1.2 million people in Germany are living with the disease Alzheimer’s and every day more than 500 new cases occur. The diagnosis causes fear and many questions. At the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, experts will inform on Thursday, the 19. September on the causes, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment options of the disease. The event is held in cooperation with the Alzheimer’s research Initiative e. V.What do we really know about Alzheimer’s? How can you be old and stay young? And how it can be with the diagnosis of life? On the day the experts will give an Overview of the entire spectrum of the disease and the latest developments. Those interested have the possibility to ask questions and engage with other stakeholders and members of the exchange.The patient’s event will take place on Thursday, the 19. September 17 to 20 at the Campus Virchow-Klinikum in the main auditorium, the Forum 3, augustenburger Platz 1 13353 Berlin. Register at 0211 86 20 66 0, by E-Mail to info(at)alzheimer-forschung.de or via the Online form will be asked to www.alzheimer-forschung.de/wat . The admission is free.Links to the program flyer, contact prof. Dr. Isabella Heuser-Collier, Director of the clinic for psychiatry and psychotherapy, campus Benjamin FranklinCharité – Universitätsmedizin Berlint: 49 30 450 517 501Zurück to the Overview
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