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"This is about recovering function. That's what makes these things totally unique. They're not designed necessarily to stop anything. They're designed to fix what's broken. As far as we can see, they work."
"This 34 to one ratio of setbacks to successes underlines the difficulty of developing new medicines for Alzheimer's."
"We said, 'That's useless. I mean, who wants to drill holes in people's heads? It's not going to work. It's certainly not going to work for the big population.'"
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