• Vol. 37 No. 7, 535–537
  • 15 July 2008

Alzheimer’s Disease – Towards More Patient-centred and Meaningful Clinical Outcomes


More than 100 years ago Alois Alzheimer first presented the clinical and pathological features of an unusual brain disease at his seminal lecture in Tübingen. The patient, Auguste Deter, suffered memory loss, disorientation, hallucinations and died at an early age of 55.

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