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April 28, 2010

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Dave Sheehan

Wow, what a difference a few years can make!

The deflating of unsubstantiated claims by Big Pharma, the bursting of the trial baloons called "cure" and "prevention"! When will these gabfests turn to the crucial/crisis issue of humane and adequate care for those already affected? Care in a homestyle situation instead of warehousing, financial support/incentives for caregiving by family and relatives. The lost focus in all this is that of the suffering and the affected. Let the affected speak for themselves while they can, spend the bucks on caregiving and not cure-wishing and false pretense. The Feds are planning to land a man on an asteriod and send a warm note of concern to the cognitively impaired?

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