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Alzheimer UPdate from AAN

While in Philadelphia at the American Academy of Neurology meeting last month, I had the good fortune to meet Dr. Bradley Boeve, Professor of Neurology at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, NY, at one of the poster sessions.


Dr. Boeve was kind enough to do an interview for Medscape.com. He shared with me his disappointment that we still don't have an effective treatment for Alzheimer's disease. However, he also articulated the current state of research and promise towards effective treatments. Please check out the interview here. Your comments are always appreciated. Thanks!

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