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Site updated at Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Living with Dementia

Subjective Cognitive Decline

Memory problems ‘earliest sign’ of Alzheimers

Elderly people who suspect they may be losing their memory but score normal results when tested by doctors may still be at higher risk of Alzheimer’s, experts have warned.

Five studies presented at the Alzheimer’s Association conference in Boston on Wednesday found that people who were clinically healthy but anxious about memory lapses… Memory problems ‘earliest sign’ of Alzheimers   



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