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Misdiagnosed with Alzheimer's for a Decade

These factors typically pointed to Alzheimer's before this advancement.

Prior to this advancement, Alzheimer's was typically diagnosed based on a number of factors including:

  • A strong suspicion from the physician and friends and family that see something is not right.
  • A psychological assessment and a number of cognitive tests.

In fact, many patients never receive an accurate 100% diagnosis until after the patient had died and the Doctors are able to perform an autopsy on them.