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An experimental new treatment holds some promise for slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, and other new research suggests that getting a variety of exercise may give you a better chance of warding off dementia. Diane and her guests talk about the latest findings.
- Dr. Marcelle Morrison-Bogorad Associate director of the neuroscience and neuropsychology of aging program at the National Institute on Aging
- Stephen McConnell Senior vice president for advocacy and public policy at the Alzheimer's Association
- Dr. Paul Aisen Professor in the departments of neurology and medicine at the Georgetown University Medical Center
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