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8/15/2000

Alzheimer's Disease Web Sites

Katherine M. Bennett

Below is a list of some of the Internet sites that can help you stay informed on advances in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease.

www.alzforum.org (Alzheimer's Research Forum)—An outstanding site focusing on research; includes information on drugs currently in clinical trials, online seminars, a journal club, and other useful features. 

www.mayohealth.org (Mayo Clinic)—Enter the Alzheimer's Center to access a comprehensive library of articles about screening, diagnosis, therapies, and caregiving as well as links to other resources. 

www.alz.org (Alzheimer's Association)—Features news, extensive information on medical and caregiving issues, and overviews of current research. 

www.alzheimers.org (National Institute on Aging Alzheimer's Disease Education and Research Center)—Supplies a variety of publications, a clinical trials database, and the quarterly newsletter Connections

www.coa.uky.edu/ADReview (University of Kentucky Sanders-Brown Center on Aging)—Alzheimer's Disease Review includes peer-reviewed discussions and commentaries on recent advances in research.