We Alzheimer’s disease specialists get a lot of free advice. One of the most common recommendations is that we should work on a way to prevent Alzheimer’s in healthy people rather than try to fix people who already have brain damage. As I pointed out in my last blog post, all of our latest research results also point toward prevention as a more plausible goal, and our free advisors ask us: What took you so … Read More
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