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Heidi Anne Duerr, MPH
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New research highlights prevention, diagnostic, and treatment advances for Alzheimer, autism, atherosclerosis, and more.
New research highlights the need for early identification of traumatic brain injury as well as an interdisciplinary approach to determining treatment strategies.
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The notion of “resistant atherosclerosis,” points to possible breakthroughs in research and treatment.
A dementia expert addresses current controversies on proton pump inhibitors.
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Medication Discontinuation in Patients With Multiple Sclerosis: A Conversation With John R. Corboy, MD
The pros and cons of discontinuing disease-modifying therapies in multiple sclerosis.