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Major Alzheimer’s study launched
In this nine-minute podcast, Professor David Ames from the University of Melbourne discusses a major study into Alzheimer’s disease. (8:02)
14 November 2006 | Updated 15 February 2012
A major Australian study to better understand the devastating and deadly Alzheimer’s disease has been launched in Melbourne, Victoria.
The A$10 million Australian Imaging, Biomarker and Lifestyle (AIBL) Flagship Study of Ageing has brought together leading Australian researchers for a three-year study to improve our understanding of the causes and diagnosis of the disease.
Ms Kylie Johnson reports on the study, which is one of seven collaborative research clusters established this year as part of the A$97 million Flagship Collaboration Fund announced by the Australian Government.
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