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Tanzi and Parson ultimately reveal that Alzheimer's, like heart disease, may be effectively treated-even prevented. Rudolph E. Tanzi is Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Massachusetts General Hospital's Genetics and Aging Unit. Science journalist Ann B. Parson is co-author, with Isaac Schiff, . of Menopause, and until recently taught in Boston University's graduate program in science and journalism.
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