The Problem of Alzheimer's: How It Became a Crisis & What We Can Do
From its beginning as a rare disease, Alzheimer’s quite quickly became a common disease and then turned into a crisis. The stories of how these events happened are a tangled weave of science, culture, and politics, sometimes in harmony, often in conflict.
Speaker: Jason Karlawish, MD, Professor of Medicine, Medical Ethics and Health Policy, University of Pennsylvania
Trent Center: Boyarsky Series on Bioethics & Social Justice