Alzheimer's Drugs Double Death Risk
Anti-psychotic drugs commonly used to treat Alzheimer's disease may double a patient's chance of dying within a few years, according to a new study.
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#1 Jan 9, 2009
I always recomend my patients here and in USA if they want to try with any experimental therapy they're more than welcome but what the word " experimental " means it doesn't mean it will save their lives - for instance some types of cancer- but they must not lose their hope and as a physician I must give to them all the support and up date medical information they need.
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