Finding Effective Treatments and Prevention of Alzheimer's Disease:
Time is Now

From neuropathology to molecular target to clinical treatments, where are we on the road to finding an effective treatment for Alzheimer's disease? Howard Feldman, MD, FRCP(C), a neurologist noted for his original research in geriatric cognitive disorders and expertise in large-scale clinical trials, walks through the latest research and shares some tips on brain health.

Finding Effective Treatments and Prevention of Alzheimer's Disease: Time is Now

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