Breakthrough dementia treatments likely in next decade

| 15 Jan 2016

Researchers believe that breakthrough dementia treatments could be developed within the next decade. Leading biologist John Hardy told the Royal Society in London that therapies currently being trialled could potentially halt the development of the disease in its early stages.

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