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A biotech startup that aims to revive a failed drug candidate with a precision approach to treating Alzheimer’s just brought a big name on board: Nobel laureate Dr. Stanley Prusiner, a pioneer in researching prion diseases.

Prusiner, a biologist based at the University of California, San Francisco, will join Alzheon, Inc. as chair of the scientific advisory board, said Alzheon founder and CEO Dr. Martin Tolar.

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