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Clinical trials in mild cognitive impairment: lessons for the future
  1. V Jelic,
  2. M Kivipelto,
  3. B Winblad
  1. NEUROTEC Department, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Karolinska University Hospital – Huddinge, Stockholm, Sweden
  1. Correspondence to:
 Dr Bengt Winblad
 Karolinska Institutet, Neurotec Department, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Karolinska University Hospital – Huddinge, NOVUM, plan 5, 141 86 Stockholm, Sweden; bengt.winblad{at}ki.se

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  • Published Online First 23 November 2005

  • Competing interests: the authors have not received research grants from any of the pharmaceutical companies marketing anti-dementia drugs, neither have they have stocks in any of these companies. Dr Bengt Winblad received consultancy fees for advisory board meetings from most companies marketing anti-dementia drugs. Dr Miia Kivipelto received consulting fees for an advisory board meeting from Pfizer. All authors received fees for lecturing or organising education sponsored by Novartis.

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  • Published Online First 23 November 2005

  • Competing interests: the authors have not received research grants from any of the pharmaceutical companies marketing anti-dementia drugs, neither have they have stocks in any of these companies. Dr Bengt Winblad received consultancy fees for advisory board meetings from most companies marketing anti-dementia drugs. Dr Miia Kivipelto received consulting fees for an advisory board meeting from Pfizer. All authors received fees for lecturing or organising education sponsored by Novartis.

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