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Rallying for a Cure

A Husky football player raises the profile of ALS.

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Easing the Burden

A patient creates much-needed resources for people with Huntington’s.

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Lucky Shot

An aneurysm in the Alaskan wilderness leads to a race against time.

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The Meningioma Mystery

Why do we know so little about this brain tumor?

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The Wallflower and the Butterfly

A couple commits to Alzheimer’s research.

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A Brain in a Dish

UW Medicine scientists break new ground for Alzheimer’s disease research by growing different brain cells in a dish.

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A Fighting Chance

Parkinson’s patient Suzanne Taitingfong takes on boxing and deep brain stimulation to maintain her mobility.

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Suman Jayadev: Accelerating Precision Medicine

Right now, we’re learning about the biology of the brain at an incredible pace, and we are actively engaging Alzheimer’s patients and people at risk for the disease in promising interventions. With the tools of precision medicine, we use biomarkers to characterize different types of Alzheimer’s and detect the disease at its earliest stages, which […]

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