Experts: Early intervention may help slow Alzheimer's

07/15/2004 | USA Today

With new drugs showing promise in delaying some of the effects of Alzheimer's disease in its early stages, health experts are advising people to seek professional help if forgetfulness becomes frequent. Research to be presented at a major Alzheimer's conference next week is expected to outline new drugs that may allow for better intervention before damage is done to the brain.

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