New ways to look at Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer; News from the web:

as the writer here details in a New England Journal of Medicine article, professionals, including physicians, can function competently even with clinical symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Just as each brain is unique, so is the disease progression and continued functioning of people with Alzheimer’s. Variability in the disease’s course is the norm, with some people staying stable for years, even without treatment. Yet, while we know that two people with the same type of kidney disease or breast cancer progress differently, with Alzheimer’s disease the overwhelming belief is that everyone ends up in a wheelchair, unable to recognize family and themselves.. While this is true in some, it is not the case for all.

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