Alzheimer's Disease

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003 - Medical - 31 pages
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Alzheimer's Disease begins with the most vital component of any disease: the impact it has on the patient. After describing how the mental processes of an AD patient are affected, the physical changes -f an AD patient's brain are examined with an emphasis placed on how these changes alter the way a patient can think. Current theories on why people develop AD are discussed by looking at the roles of genetics and environment. To conclude, a number of the current treatments for AD are explained and the author offers some hope fm possible directions that will lead to new treatment strategies.


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The Role of Genes in Developing AD
The Role of the Environment in Developing AD
Current and Future Strategies for Treating AD

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