Alzheimer’s Therapy Drug: Should We Pay $56,000 to Slow the Loss of Mom’s Mind?

Aduhelm sparks controversy as a therapy drug for Alzheimer’s patients that attacks amyloid plaques in the brain, and slows the decline of memory and problem-solving by about 25% over time. It’s not a cure, and it can’t even restore lost mental capabilities. Now that the FDA has fast-tracked approval, should American taxpayers cover the $56,000/year per patient cost for relative minor results?

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