As Alzheimer’s drug developers give up on today’s patients, where is the outrage?

(By Sharon Begley for STAT)

When virologists and drug developers were too slow in finding ways to save the lives of people with HIV/AIDS and refused to give patients access to experimental drugs 30 years ago, activists chained themselves to a balcony on the New York Stock Exchange, held demonstrations where scores were arrested, and effectively shut down the Food and Drug Administration for a day. Continue reading article here…

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