Most National Alzheimer’s Project Studies Not Looking to Show Clinical Benefit, Scientists Argue

Most National Alzheimer’s Project Studies Not Looking to Show Clinical Benefit, Scientists Argue
Two physicians — one at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine and the other with the University of Michigan — argue in a recent opinion piece that the National Alzheimer Project Act (NAPA), as it now stands, has resulted in potential treatments for Alzheimer’s disease being tested without a clear requirement that these therapies show proof

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