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Identifying early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease

When a 60-year-old tells her nurse she’s been forgetting things—a dinner night with friends, a neighbor’s name, or to call for a grandchild’s birthday, for instance—the nurse may respond several different ways: The nurse might show concern and order follow-up tests, minimize the worry as normal aging, discount it as a depressive moment, or more.

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