Q&A with Alzheimer’s Researcher Jim Ray

It’s a medical doomsday scenario: By 2050, an estimated 16 million people will have Alzheimer’s disease, and the cost of caring for them could bankrupt the U.S. health care system.  But Jim Ray, head of neuroscience at M.D. Anderson’s Institute for Applied Cancer Science in Houston, is optimistic that research can help avert that scenario. Read more here. 

Dr. Jim Ray

<p>Jim Ray is head of neuroscience at M.D. Anderson's Institute for Applied Cancer Science.&nbsp;</p>(Adolfo Chavez III/M.D. Anderson)

Jim Ray is head of neuroscience at M.D. Anderson’s Institute for Applied Cancer Science.

(Adolfo Chavez III/M.D. Anderson)

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