The Memory Thief
Science journalist Lauren Aguirre discussed how opioid use affects memory and what that can teach doctors about Alzheimer’s disease. This virtual event was hosted by Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Lauren Aguirre Author
Deborah L. Blum Director Massachusetts Institute of Technology->Knight Science Journalism Program
Kate Brouns Coordinator Harvard Book Store->Events
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