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Anti-psychotics associated with mental deterioration in Alzheimer's patients

Long-term use of widely-prescribed anti-psychotic drugs is associated with a significant deterioration in the verbal and thinking skills of people with Alzheimer’s disease, and offers no long-term benefit for patients, according to new research.

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