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Byline: Morgan Kelly
Jun. 10--Scientists better understand how Alzheimer's disease forms and who gets it, but as America's senior population multiplies, an actual cure appears frighteningly far off.
Such was the theme of a public forum in Charleston Friday featuring four of the nation's top minds in Alzheimer's disease and prevention.
Organized by the Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute in Morgantown, the forum was intended to give the public a look at the science behind Alzheimer's research, said Dr. Richard Hodes, director of the National Institute on Aging and one of the featured speakers.
If people understand the effort and …