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Impact of AD on the brain

Synapse loss is an interventional target in mild Alzheimer’s disease

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The role of medical nutrition

Medical nutrition provides an opportunity to address nutritional deficiencies that may impact cognition

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The Souvenaid® story

Souvenaid is a nutritional intervention for patients early in the AD spectrum that contains Fortasyn Connect

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Clinical evidence

Synapse loss is an interventional target in mild Alzheimer’s disease

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Souvenaid® patient call card

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Sean Lever: The benefits of Souvenaid®

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Dr Negi explains how to recommend Souvenaid®

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Souvenaid® information for patients and carers

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“Taken together, membrane-related pathology and synapse loss play a central role in the pathogenesis of AD, and consequently provide viable interventional targets.”

– van Wijk N, et al. 2014

“Taken together, membrane-related pathology and synapse loss play a central role in the pathogenesis of AD, and consequently provide viable interventional targets.”

– van Wijk N, et al. 2014