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Tags: alzheimer's disease


Guardian jumps to conclusions about an Alzheimer’s study that hasn’t even begun


USA Today provides rosy speculation about an Alzheimer’s vaccine not yet tested in humans


Fox News regurgitates a hot mess from the UK Sun


HealthDay provides needed details on side effects of THC-based drug studied for Alzheimer’s agitation


Diagnosing Alzheimer’s using biomarkers–AP makes it clear that there is no benefit to patients


ABC downplays gloomy context in reporting ‘remarkable’ BACE1 finding for Alzheimer’s


An Alzheimer’s study that included just 3 people: Does that warrant consumer news coverage?


Preliminary Alzheimer’s study involving plasma infusions–was this really newsworthy?


Do PET scans improve dementia diagnosis? LA Times story overlooks harms of screening


STAT’s cautious story provides interesting insights into challenges of Alzheimer’s research