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Clinical Trials in Alzheimer’s Disease Are Failing: What Can Be Done?

05:52 EDT 29 May 2018 | Labiotech.eu

With no drugs that can stop the progression of the disease and hundreds of clinical trials failing, research brings hope to people with Alzheimer’s. As the Western population ages, Alzheimer’s disease is becoming one of the biggest diseases of the ...

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