"Now that we know we can see the disease developing a decade before it hits, the big questions are how to stop it in its tracks and how early we have to intervene to do that. Those are very expensive, time consuming, trial-and-error questions," Cole said.
"With millions of baby boomers already on their way to Alzheimer's, my fear is that time will run out before we get there," he added.
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