Experimental drug Lecanemab may be a landmark breakthrough in battle against Alzheimer’s

Experimental drug lecanemab may be a landmark breakthrough in battle against alzheimer's

Yahoo Finance published this video item, entitled “Experimental drug Lecanemab may be a landmark breakthrough in battle against Alzheimer’s” – below is their description.

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Yahoo Finance’s Anjalee Khemlani discusses positive news around an Alzheimer’s drug, plus reports that China is considering a fourth round of COVID vaccines.

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