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A New Alzheimer's Drug Gave Patients Hope. Millions Can't Get It
1 month ago - By Time
Jay Reinstein, a former assistant city manager in Fayetteville, N.C. who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2018, finally got some good news recently. His doctor told him he would be a good candidate for the newly approved drug lecanemab. He's in the early stages of the neurodegenerative condition, which is when the drug appears to be the most effective. Studies show that for people like Reinstein, twice monthly infusions could slow cognitive decline by up to 27%. Perhaps more importantly, lecanemab also seems to help people continue their daily activities for a longer period of...
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