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This looks encouraging.

First drug that can slow Alzheimer's dementia - BBC News

Aducanumab is a humanised monoclonal antibody. There is some background information about it here Aducanumab - Alzheimer's News Today .
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AlzForum now has a solid article (IMHO) about the aducanumab "resurrection", including 11 comments (so far).

‘Reports of My Death Are Greatly Exaggerated.’ Signed, Aducanumab | ALZFORUM
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Thanks jeffreyn.

I was impressed with your link; lots of detail and good comments from professionals in the field.
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