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An estimated 5.4 million americans suffer from early onset Alzheimer. This represents about 10% of all who suffer from Alzheimer.
- Severity: The symptoms of Alzheimer’s – memory loss, intellectual and behavioural disorders – take a more aggressive course in younger victims.
- Speed: Rather than progressing over 10 to 15 years, as is the case with older patients, young-onset Alzheimer’s takes only a few years to reach an advanced stage. Mortality rates vary, but “people usually die after eight years,” says Yves Agid, a renowned neurologist and neuroscientist.
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