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October 13, 2008

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Harold Engstrom

Rember is slide stain. Dimebon is an antihistamine.

Dimebon has zero efficacy as shown this morning in the Pfizer press release.

Rember turns your pee blue so unless they have found a placebo that will also turn your pee blue then a real blinded clinical trial will be impossible. And, like Dimebon, it is highly unlikely that Rember has any effect on AD.

Diet and exercise would be far better approaches than either of these drugs, in my opinion.

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