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Watch: How did the amyloid hypothesis go from promising to perilous in the search for Alzheimer’s treatments?

How did nearly two decades of failure not convince the brightest minds in science that it was time to move beyond the leading theory about #Alzheimers?

The idea that sticky brain plaques cause began as an interesting hypothesis and eventually became drug industry dogma. Now, after a string of clinical

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