Supporting innovation for better, more effective Alzheimer’s treatments

Current treatments for Alzheimer’s disease are currently not effective enough to have a lasting effect on the patient’s health, which is why Susan Catalano, PhD, of Cognition Therapeutics Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, tells us about the need for new, innovative approaches for treatment. Dr Catalano mentions several institutions that are collaborating on the fight against Alzheimer’s and believes that this will lead to a promising future for Alzheimer’s therapy. This interview took place at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2018, held in Chicago, IL.

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