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Dementia and an evidence-based approach to the medical management of Alzheimer's disease is the topic of this presentation by Dr. Oscar Lopez of UPMC's Department of Neurology.
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Dr. Lopez receives grant support from the NIA and NIH-NIMH and is a consultant for Johnson & Johnson.
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Release Date: 1/31/2012 | Last Modified On: 1/31/2012 | Expires: 1/31/2013
This presentation was part of UPMC’s Update in Internal Medicine 2011: Evidence-Based Approaches to Common Medical Problems.