By R. Katzman, P. J. Fox (auth.), Richard Mayeux MD, Y. Christen Ph.D. (eds.)
This quantity comprises the complaints of the 14th Colloque Médecine et Recherche of the Fondation Ipsen pour los angeles Recherche Thérapeutique dedicated to Alzheimer's illness and devoted to the epidemiological examine of this dementia, a vital factor as the occurrence and occurrence of Alzheimer's sickness upward thrust exponentially with age. Epidemiological findings not just verify dementia as an enormous problem for the arrival years but in addition give a contribution defining probability elements, predicting and will be combating this disease.
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