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Old 07-25-2018, 06:57 AM   #1
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This looks encouraging.

Currently it is hard to diagnose AD until signs of cognitive impairment are apparent by which time reversing the process has generally not been successful.

Early diagnosis could be very important.

Optician's eye test 'could spot early dementia signs' - BBC News
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This looks encouraging.

Currently it is hard to diagnose AD until signs of cognitive impairment are apparent by which time reversing the process has generally not been successful.

Early diagnosis could be very important.

Optician's eye test 'could spot early dementia signs' - BBC News
Cannot wait. Hope it isn't going to take too long. Would love to be in a clinical trial for this one.
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