Oct 142008
 

Why take medication for Alzheimer’s when they don’t work? I’ve heard this question too many times to count. My answer has always been anecdotal, second-hand: But they do! Finally, we have a scientific answer confirming what I’ve suspected and witnessed. Dr. Alireza Atri and his colleagues at Massachusetts General Hospital published the first long-term study of the real-world use of cholinesterase inhibitors, like Aricept, and Namenda in the July/September issue of Alzheimer Disease and Associated […]

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