Experimental drug slows memory loss in early Alzheimer's patients, researchers say
An experimental drug appears to slow memory loss. Researchers say people with early Alzheimer’s who got the drug for 18 months experienced 27% less cognitive decline than people who got a placebo.
NPR’s Jon Hamilton reports.
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