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January 13, 2017  ·  By HM&M

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As a Chicago area attorney with extensive nursing home experience, I too am discouraged by the latest disappointment in Alzheimer's research. Although omega-3 fatty acid pills were thought to promote memory, researchers are reporting the disappointing news that the pills did not “slow mental and physical decline in older patients with mild or moderate Alzheimer's disease. (L. Tanner, Chicago AP, 11/2).

Those results are the result of a “multimillion-dollar government-funded study released Tuesday in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association.” Laurie Ryan, the president of Alzheimer's studies at the National Institute on Aging calls the results discouraging, but notes that “the institute is spending millions of dollars on research into other possible treatments. Those include lifestyle changes, drugs and biomarkers that might lead to more targeted drug treatment.”

January 13, 2017

Eroding workers’ rights

The following letter to the editor by ITLA President Christopher T. Hurley appeared in Crain’s Chicago Business on December 5, 2016. Leave it to the Illinois Policy Institute to promote the fiction that the loss of manufacturing jobs has been driven by the cost of workers' compensation insurance and to propose, as a solution, a... Read More

January 13, 2017

Rauner's Worker's Comp Argument Ignores Facts

There are many people who rely on dialysis treatments to survive. What happens when a dialysis patient receives a recalled treatment solution? That is the question about 160 patients at the Dialysis Clinic in American Samoa had to answer. A batch of recalled dialysis treatment solution was sent to the only dialysis treatment center on... Read More

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