Drug Sparks Memory-Enhancement DebateThe NPR story is available in an online audio stream available here: audio stream page.
All Things Considered, October 1, 2004
Drugs being developed to aid Alzheimer's disease sufferers promise improved memory function. But the drugs are also reported to aid the memory of healthy people. An article in the journal Neurology suggests that we may be entering an era of cosmetic neurology, when a "brain-lift" is possible. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports.
Saturday, October 02, 2004
"Cosmetic Neurology" - Part 2
National Public Radio's All Things Considered aired a story yesterday on the topic of cognitive-enhancing medications which, along with the earlier Wall Street Journal report, was generated by a commentary in the current issue of Neurology.