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Why were previous attempts to target amyloid-B considered failures?
Patients lost more cognitive function than other patients who were not using the medication.
It directly resulted in serious inflamation of the brain was a direct result.
The side effects of the medication were harsh and the disease was not slowed.
Blood flow to the brain was not improved, therefore the study was a failure.