ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 17, 2008
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(New York: Ryan Owens) A reason for hope for Alzheimer's disease treatment with a new drug, Dimebon, that seems to stop the symptoms of the disease, examined; details given about the drug that is basically an antihistamine and has done well in tests. [Alzheimer's Assn. Dr. Sam GANDY- says the drug helps cognitive function.] [Alzheimer's patient Karen HENES- comments on her problems.]
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