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Topic - American Academy Of Neurology
Want to stave off dementia? Drink two cups of hot cocoa each day, neurologists say, in a new study published in the American Academy of Neurology.
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In late April, at the annual meeting for the American Academy of Neurology, the American drug developer Genzyme announced a breakthrough for one of its new multiple sclerosis drugs. The company revealed that a late-stage trial of an experimental therapy found that an astounding 65 percent of participating patients had gone without an MS relapse two years after starting treatment.