Holocaust survivor recounts tale of captivity ahead of anniversary of Bergen-Belsen camp liberation
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Holocaust survivor recounts tale of captivity ahead of anniversary of Bergen-Belsen camp liberation

Mala Tribach remembers the night before her home was invaded. “When I went to bed on 31 August 1939, I was living the normal happy life of an eight-year-old in a loving Jewish family,” she says. Early the next morning the German army would descend on her home unprovoked and without declaration. Potrkow Tribunalski in … Continue reading

Cardiff University carries out  £6 million new study on Alzheimer’s disease
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Cardiff University carries out £6 million new study on Alzheimer’s disease

    Cardiff University is setting out to shape global research standards on Alzheimer’s disease in a £6 million multinational and collaborative study, investigating the links between genetics, lifestyle choices and the onset of Alzheimer’s. Led by the MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics at the Cardiff University School of Medicine, the study will … Continue reading