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Neurology’s Peter Whitehouse explains the “paradox” of declining dementia rates despite failed pharmaceutical treatments

Listen: An Alzheimer’s scholar on the paradox of declining dementia rates

STAT News: Peter Whitehouse, professor of neurology, said that although billions of dollars have been poured into potential pharmaceutical cures for dementia, particularly Alzheimer’s disease, none so far have been proven to slow or stop the disease from progressing.