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Keys to Early Intervention in Alzheimer’s Disease

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Keys to Early Intervention in Alzheimer’s Disease

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    Alzheimer’s disease is considered to have a long preclinical course, meaning that changes in the brain occur without the presentation of any clinical symptoms. But unfortunately, diagnostic delays continue to exist even after symptoms appear. So what are the factors contributing to diagnostic delays, and how can we reduce this gap? Joining Dr. Charles Turck to discuss key strategies for early intervention in Alzheimer’s disease are Drs. Sharon Sha and Anton Porsteinsson.

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    Alzheimer’s disease is considered to have a long preclinical course, meaning that changes in the brain occur without the presentation of any clinical symptoms. But unfortunately, diagnostic delays continue to exist even after symptoms appear. So what are the factors contributing to diagnostic delays, and how can we reduce this gap? Joining Dr. Charles Turck to discuss key strategies for early intervention in Alzheimer’s disease are Drs. Sharon Sha and Anton Porsteinsson.

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Schedule7 Dec 2022