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Prevention of Dementia



Report 2011/ Dementia is often the umbrella term under which there are several subcategories. Alzheimer disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia in aging and is a degenerative disorder. At present, AD can only be characterized definitively at the time of autopsy. However, a great deal of research is being conducted to define biomarkers characteristic of the underlying pathological process that can be identified in life. This article addresses the research trying to understand the underlying nature of these disorders with the intention of developing disease modifying treatments.

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Prevention of Dementia

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