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August 15, 2008

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Gail Rae Hudson

For once I have nothing to add to your perceptive analysis, Mona...oops! Except for one observation: My guess is that the "hungry for a 'cure'" aspect now pervading Alzheimer's speculation and research, if the Phase 3 trials are even minutely optimistic, will, indeed, bring this drug to market by 2012, whether or not it's particularly effective; wherein lies some danger.
As my mother would say, "I'll bet you a million."
As I would respond, "Ah, what the hell, let's make it two million."

sheila lindsey

how and where canI get my mother enrolled in a clinical trial for Rember???

Mona Johnson

Sheila,

Check out http://www.taurx.com/clinical_trial.aspx for more information.

In general, www.clinicaltrials.gov is a good resource of information on trials that are currently recruiting.

Good luck,

Mona

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