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When physicians and scientists involved in Alzheimer’s disease gather in Boston next week for an annual conference known as CTAD — shorthand for Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s Disease — they will wrestle with a research field in a holding pattern.

Aduhelm is available — the first treatment approved in two decades — but until there’s more information on its actual benefits and cost-effectiveness for patients, many physicians are sitting on the sidelines and waiting for additional data.

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