Q&A With Andrew Stephens of Piramal Imaging: Looking to the Future of Alzheimer's Treatment

A lot of work is being put into developing ways to diagnose and treat patients with Alzheimer's Disease now. Even as work for the present is being done researchers are are also looking toward the future and what could be coming down the road.

A lot of work is being put into developing ways to diagnose and treat patients with Alzheimer's Disease now. Even as work for the present is being done researchers are are also looking toward the future and what could be coming down the road.

Andrew Stephens, MD, from Piramal Imaging discussed what that work could look like during the American Academy of Neurology's annual meeting in Washington DC. Stephens said imaging, medication and other treatments could change the way Alzheimer's Disease is approached in future generations.