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Award Winning UF Neurologist Plans To Use New Grant For Groundbreaking Alzheimer’s Research

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Doctors and scientists have spent decades anyalyzing the factors causing Alzheimer’s in hopes of finding a cure. One University of Florida researcher is being honored for his efforts and extensive research. WUFT’s Jessica Gable talked with Dr. Todd Golde about his long-time study of the disease.

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