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The Schwabe Pharma lunch symposium was held on 30 August 2019, in conjunction with the 13th International Congress of the Asian Society Against Dementia & 6th Singapore International Neuro-Cognitive Symposium. Professor Serge Gauthier and Associate Professor Nagaendran Kandiah were invited as honourable speakers to this symposium to share the latest evidence on the current and potential role of Ginkgo biloba extract (EGb 761®), an anti-dementia agent, in the treatment of dementia and mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
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The combination of cognitive training and vortioxetine therapy appears to be effective in stemming age-related cognitive decline in older adults, suggests a recent study.
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