Monthly Archives: October 2017

For the estimated 30 million people worldwide who have Alzheimer’s disease, progress toward understanding and treating this most prevalent form of dementia is frustratingly slow. The few approved drugs address only the condition’s symptoms, though scores of drugs to prevent onset or alter the disease’s course are now under study. From high screen failure ratesRead more

This is the eighth installment of our look at the increasingly high placebo response that is plaguing clinical trials in analgesia and psychiatry. Catch up on the rest of the series here. We’re now just over halfway through our Placebo Problem series. So far, we’ve examined the details of the rising placebo response, the mechanismsRead more

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