It’s yet another packed house at our education conference today in Petaluma, Calif. The morning started with The Pathological Course of Alzheimer’s Disease: Why Finding a Cure Has Been So Hard by Owen Carmichael, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Neurology at the University of California, Davis.
“Imagine you are a farmer and you leave the stable doors open,” he said. “What happens next?”
- The horses get out and start running around.
- They trample your crops
- They scare your chickens – which stop laying eggs
- They scare your cows – which stop providing milk
- They eat all the flowers you are growing for sale
- You can no longer sell wheat, eggs, milk or flowers
- Your farm income goes down
- You fail to pay the mortgage and the bank forecloses Continue reading “Recap: Why has finding a cure been so hard, and can music help?” »