Dementia Medications

    Despite over a billion dollars in sales, drugs to treat dementia have very little benefit to patients. That’s the finding of a report this week by the American College of Physicians. As WHYY’s Kerry Grens reports, the group is urging doctors to take care when prescribing these medications.

    Despite over a billion dollars in sales, drugs to treat dementia have very little benefit to patients. That’s the finding of a report this week by the American College of Physicians. As WHYY’s Kerry Grens reports, the group is urging doctors to take care when prescribing these medications. Read the findings here.

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