A New Patient Voice In The Medicare/Alzheimer’s Drug Coverage Debate
Individuals with Down syndrome are particularly vulnerable to the disease yet would be excluded from participating in clinical trials described in the draft Medicare coverage policy for Alzheimer’s drugs.
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