Study finds experimental drug slows progression of Alzheimer's disease
There’s new hope for those in the early stages of Alzheimer’s. A recent study found that an experimental drug from pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly can slow the progression of Alzheimer’s by about 35%. However, the new drug also comes with an increased risk of side effects.
Host Celeste Headlee discusses the benefits and the risks with STAT’s Adam Feuerstein.
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