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ADI Enews - Only 6 weeks to go until the conference

Welcome to the latest newsletter, keeping you in touch with the latest developments concerning the 26th International Conference of Alzheimer's Disease International. We are pleased to confirm that the draft final programme for the conference is now complete and is available by clicking here!

The ADI conference has some exciting plenary sessions, led by some very influential speakers.
Ron Petersen Ron Petersen: Director of the Mayo Clinic Alzheimer's Disease Research Centre Dr Peterson will present on the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) and the implication for the field of ageing and dementia.
Scott Dudgeon Scott Dudgeon: One of the pressing issues is the escalating numbers of people with dementia in Canada and around the world. Mr Dudgeon will present the results from the Rising Tide study and its impact on Canadian Society. The session will be followed by a debate led by Canadian journalist Dale Goldhawk.
Christine Bryden Christine Bryden: The first person with dementia to speak at an ADI conference in 2001 will talk about her experience of dementia 10 years on. Not only addressing the impact on her life but also the lives of all those living with dementia.
It doesn't stop there, if you would like to view more of the plenary sessions then please click here to visit our Scientific Programme Overview.
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Friday 18 March 2011; 12:00 Noon GMT

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