Cholinesterase inhibitors are a group of drugs recommended for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, but their effects on cognition have been debated and few studies have investigated their long-term effects. A new study shows persisting cognitive benefits and reduced mortality for up to five years after diagnosis. View original article here Source
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