Self-reports of Memory Loss may Help Predict Alzheimer’s Years Before Diagnosis

Self-reports of Memory Loss may Help Predict Alzheimer’s Years Before Diagnosis
Patients who claim to suffer memory loss may in fact be experiencing the first symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and may come to suffer from clinical memory impairment years later, according to a recent research conducted at the University of Kentucky’s Sanders-Brown Center on Aging. The study confirmed the importance of self-reports from patients as a potential early indicator

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