Issue 3 The Brain Research New Zealand newsletter.
MCI and Dementia  
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Ten things you need to know about dementia

Welcome to Issue 3 of the Brain Research New Zealand newsletter. On the 8th of April at the University of Auckland, we will launch the first of a nation-wide network of  Dementia Prevention Research Clinics. These clinics are vital for brain health in New Zealand. We hope that you find this newsletter insightful.

Thanks for reading, 

BRNZ Co-Directors
Professor Richard Faull &
Professor Wickliffe Abraham

Dementia is one of the biggest global health issues we will face this century, Brain Research New Zealand is ready to face this challenge

About the launch: The Dementia Prevention Research Clinics
The Dementia Prevention Research Clinics: A National Network
BRNZ Seminar A Life More Ordinary
BRNZ researchers develop a blood test with potential to diagnose Alzheimer's
Meet Karen Smith: DPRC Clinical Research Nurse
A National Problem: Dementia In New Zealand
Dementia and the Maori People
What is Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)?
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