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    Does "is current as of" mean "is available on"?

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    Neurology
    DOI 10.1212/WNL.0b013e3182661f91; Published online before print August 8, 2012; 2012;79;763 Neurology
    Annelies E. van der Vlies, Jeroen D.C. Goos, Frederik Barkhof, et al.

    Microbleeds do not affect rate of cognitive decline in Alzheimer disease


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    Re: Does "is current as of" mean "is available on"?

    No—it means it's the most up-to-date info on that date.

    Anybody reading it years later would need to check if it was still applicable.

    Rover

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