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Not being aware of memory problems predicts onset of Alzheimer's disease

19:00 EST 14 Feb 2018 | AAAS

(McGill University) Doctors who work with individuals at risk of developing dementia have long suspected that patients who do not realize they experience memory problems are at greater risk of seeing their condition worsen in a short time frame, a suspicion that now has been confirmed by a team of McGill University clinician scientists.

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