Telephone campaign with Bonn General-Anzeiger on Alzheimer's

Am I just a little forgetful, or am I having dementia? Is it possible to reduce the risk of being affected by Alzheimer's disease? These are some of the questions that experts from the DZNE and the University Hospital Bonn (UKB) will answer during a joint telephone campaign with the Bonner General-Anzeiger on the topic of dementia on Thursday, September 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. The telephone campaign takes place at the kick-off of the nationwide "Woche der Demenz", which this year takes place under the motto: "Demenz - genau hinsehen" (Dementia - take a closer look).

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The Alzheimer's experts include Prof. Anja Schneider (top right) and Prof. Michael Heneka (top left). Both are heads of research groups at the DZNE and are directors of the Clinic for Neurodegenerative Diseases and Gerontopsychiatry at the UKB. Prof. Klaus Fließbach (bottom right) is a researcher at the DZNE and head of the memory outpatient clinic at the UKB. Dr. Annika Spottke (bottom left) is coordinator of clinical research at the DZNE. She is also a senior physician at the Clinic and Polyclinic for Neurology at the UKB.

You can call the following telephone numbers to ask questions about Alzheimer's disease:

Prof. Anja Schneider (0228) 6688-275,
Prof. Michael Heneka (0228) 6688-277
Prof. Klaus Fließbach (0228) 6688-278
Dr. Annika Spottke (0228) 6688-274

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