Quality of life evidence for patients with Alzheimer’s disease: use of existing quality of life evidence from the ADENA trials to estimate the utility impact of Exelon®
This paper utilises the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) score of patients with Alzheimer’s disease to establish a relationship between disease progression and quality of life measures, and the author also compares his results to findings from the literature review about Alzheimer’s patient utility.
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