three keys
Category: Children's Health, Health Magazine

Title:Lost the keys again?

“It’s particularly egregious because they are trying to convince people with either normal memories or normal age-related decline that they are ill and they need a drug.”

Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD (M’88), in Kaiser Health News, speaking on an advertising campaign for a controversial new Alzheimer’s drug called Aduhelm. In July Fugh- Berman, a Georgetown professor of pharmacology and founder of PharmedOut, co-authored an op-ed in the Baltimore Sun titled “Do we all have Alzheimer’s?”

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