Episode 136

The ripple effects of Alzheimer's research fraud

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October 11th, 2022

24 mins 24 secs

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About this Episode

For decades Alzheimer's research was centered around one theory, the amyloid-beta hypothesis. That theory is now being called into question after evidence of potential fraud. In this episode, Rachel (Rae) woods invites life sciences expert Nick Hula and senior care expert Miriam Sznycer-Taub to talk about what this means for the scientific and medical community, how to restore trust in medical research, and where the industry may look to next when it comes to memory care.

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