New Data on Alzheimer's Disease

The thought of developing Alzheimer's can strike fear in the minds of old and young alike. Now a small, but promising study raises hope of an effective treatment. We host a discussion of the latest advances in Alzheimer's treatment.

Guests:

Dr. Marc Weksler, Wright Professor of Medicine and Immunology at Weil Medical College of Cornell University

Dr. Ron Petersen, director of Alzheimer's Research at the Mayo Clinic

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