Alzheimer

Alzheimer

Alzheimer's can't be "officially" diagnosed until after death. They have to confirm the diagnosis with an autopsy. So essentially they say a person has "dementia." The proteins involved still can't be detected without the autopsy. Today new methods can diagnose it with a 90% accuracy rate though.

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