Search for new Alzheimer's drugs is costly, risky

09/6/2013 | NBC News

Analysts estimate that treatment for Alzheimer's could generate sales of at least $20 billion, but the development process carries uncertainty and a high price. The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America has said more than 80 drugs are in development, but most have not reached late-stage trials. There is concern that drugmakers may reduce investments in Alzheimer's drug research if the next round of late-stage studies is not promising, Bertha Coombs writes.

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