A few months ago, experts were talking about the next generation of “disease-modifying” drugs that were expected to help treat Alzheimer’s disease by attacking amyloid plaque in the brain. In fact, they were arguing that any newly written treatment guidelines were likely to be quickly outdated by the advent of new, powerful drugs. Drug companies were also optimistic, developing all kinds of “anti-amyloid” drugs that were expected to fundamentally alter the course of the disease. “Amyloid” … Read More
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