The Problem of Alzheimers
Dr. Jason Karlawish traced the history of Alzehimer’s disease, from early disease recognition to its growth into one of the world’s most prevalent illnesses. This virtual event was hosted by the Penn Biomedical Library in Philadelphia.
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Richard James Librarian University of Pennsylvania
- Jason Karlawish M.D. Author
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