Dr Emer MacSweeney discusses new Alzheimer’s treatments and an innovative dementia test with the Daily Telegraph
Scientists are working tirelessly on researching new treatments for early indicators of dementia.
By diagnosing dementia as early as possible, intervention can begin before symptoms begin to develop and brain damage begins.
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More often than not, people are only investigated when they present with advanced symptoms.
Dr MacSweeney comments that: “The important thing is to detect who is at significant risk of developing dementia before their illness starts to cause significant and irreversible brain damage.”
It’s like measuring blood sugar levels to spot diabetes before it can cause organ damage.
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