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Horrors in Health and Medicine

Healthcare reform in Alzheimer’s diagnosis and management  was long overdue after the horrors of family caregiving from 1980 – 2000.  There was simply little to be done and family members lost their jobs, their health, and their sanity in attempting to care for Alzheimer’s patients.

Today, we have some usable diagnostic tests, three prescription medications, several  natural substances, and a host of lifestyle changes that might help these families and patients. Most importantly, families can receive help through a number of channels and medical treatment facilities and hospice.

ALZHEIMER’S is the No. 6 LEADING CAUSE of DEATH in AMERICA.

Who develops the disease?

Can it be prevented?

Why is it increasing in prevalence?  See –

All About Alzheimer’s

 

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