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March 08, 2008

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Gail Rae Hudson

I am reminded of something I think has been attributed to Thomas Edison...something about how 99 "failures" means you're 99 steps closer to success. I'm especially encouraged that testing these compounds for promiscuity (and that promiscuity may not always be a problem) can be done quickly, and, it sounds, relatively easily.
Interesting article, Mona.

michaelm

I personally feel the medical community has a long way to go in terms of medications that offset AD.
Amyloid inhibitors? Sounds more promising than Aricept which to me was a total hoax (my personal opinion)
Very interesting article, Mona.
Haven't stopped by in a while and I apologize. Life and 3 daughters, ya know? ;)
I hope you're well.
be safe, be well,

~michael

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