Does Prevagen Really Work?
Why did the makers of Prevagen settle a class action lawsuit in 2020 with the FTC over deceptive business practices and false advertising?
A couple of weeks ago, I released a video on a controversial Alzheimer’s drug that used the same scam: Controversy Around FDA’s Approval of Biogen Alzheimer’s Drug, Aducanumab ( ).
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