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Swedish study gives hope for Alzheimers patients

A Swedish study is to be presented at a conference in Sorrento, Italy, on Friday, which shows that Alzheimers patients could benefit significantly from a new drug called Aricept. Aricept is one of three drugs on the market which claims to slow the progress of of the disease. Although a recent British study of the same drug came to a markedly different conclusion, the Swedish team is confident of the validity of their results.

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