UCSF neurologist Adam Boxer, MD, PhD, joins Forum
guest host Scott Shafer and other panelists to discuss recent developments in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of Alzheimer's disease, as well as changes in the public's understanding and awareness of the illness.
At UCSF, Boxer is the Vera and John Graziadio Scholar in Alzheimer's Disease Research, assistant professor of neurology, and director of the Alzheimer's Clinical Trials Program at the Memory and Aging Center (MAC).
, KQED-FM (NPR), June 26, 2007
UCSF's Boxer Comments on Promising Alzheimer's Vaccine Study
, June 15, 2006
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