Is the NHS ready for new revolutionary Alzheimers medication?

Is the nhs ready for new revolutionary alzheimers medication?

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Is the NHS ready for new revolutionary Alzheimers medication?” – below is their description.

‘I do think there is a concern that the NHS is not ready for the sort of medicine that we saw data around earlier this week.’

Head of Policy at Alzheimer’s Research UK says the NHS doesn’t catch Alzheimer’s ‘early enough’ to be ready for the new revolutionary medication.

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