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Like every other OTC supplement I take the position if the item is even half as good as claimed, why aren't there studies demonstrating that.

I have seen the ads for something called Prevagen which is claimed to improve an aging memory. They claim clinical trials, but in poking around, I only see self-serving ads.

Anyone have any actual data?

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