New Strategy May Help Identify Those with Mild Cognitive Impairment at Risk to Develop Alzheimer’s

New Strategy May Help Identify Those with Mild Cognitive Impairment at Risk to Develop Alzheimer’s
A newly developed strategy may help researchers identify which people with mild cognitive impairment are likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease. The study, “Utilizing Semantic Intrusions to Identify Amyloid Positivity in Mild Cognitive Impairment,” was published in the journal Neurology. There is a critical need to develop disease-modifying treatments for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), particularly before patients experience significant

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One comment

  1. Tim Schultheis says:

    In 2016 I was diagnosed with Mild to Moderate Cognitive Impairment.

    Why isn’t the entire article available prior to me giving you my email address?

    Where can I find the article without my address being added to your list of sufferers?

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