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Gupta: Alzheimer’s is a young(er) person’s disease, so get to work

Alzheimer’s may start 20 to 30 years before lapses in memory

Thanks to recent advances that allow us to see disease in the living brain, we now know there is evidence of Alzheimer’s in neural tissue 20 to 30 years before one first starts noticing lapses in memory. By age 60, when Sandy first started losing words…

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