Momentum in Science

July 2009
PN;Jul2009, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p51
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The article offers information about the "The Alzheimer's Project," a documentary film created by the Veteran Administration (VA) research shown in HBO channel. It mentions that the documentary film which is in part of series offers viewers an inside look at the laboratories of VA research and clinics of 25 leading scientist and physicians. The film also offers insights on studies conducted by scientists and physicians about Alzheimer's diseases which was began showing in HBO on May 10, 2009.


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