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Jason Karlawish

Join Our Next LiveTalk: Detecting and Treating Alzheimer’s Before Symptoms Set In, With Dr. Jason Karlawish

By | Wednesday May 26th at 05:00 PM ET / 02:00 PM PT

In his new book The Problem of Alzheimer’s, physician and writer Dr. Jason Karlawish explores the challenges and breakthroughs that have led to the biomarker revolution and new approaches in developing disease-modifying therapies — but also the profound moral dilemma involved in early diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Dr. Karlawish, co-director of the Penn Memory Center, will discuss how diagnosing and treating people before memory problems appear presents great promise and peril in preserving their identity and autonomy.

LiveTalk: Wednesday, May 26 at 2 p.m. PT / 5 p.m. ET

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