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2 - Evaluating New Advances in Alzheimer’s Research

Separating Hype from Fact

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 January 2024

Daniel Gibbs
Affiliation:
Emeritus of Oregon Health and Science University
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Summary

We all know that Alzheimer’s is an enormous problem. Thousands of researchers around the world are tirelessly searching for clues that might lead to a solution – how to slow or prevent Alzheimer’s. Reports of new findings are in the news almost daily. How do we know what is potentially important?

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2024

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Alzforum – Networking for a Cure. www.alzforum.org.Google Scholar
Gibbs, D. A Tattoo on my Brain. https://tattooonmybrain.com.Google Scholar

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