Alzheimer's setback

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Amyloid inhibitors, once considered the secret to preventing Alzheimer's, have been found to be ineffective in the treatment or prevention of the disease, a new study has found. According to senior study author Brian Shoichet, a chemist at the University of California, San Francisco, researchers experimenting with amyloid inhibitors "should stop."
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