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July 27, 2015
First Alzheimer's professional judgment budget reflects urgency in addressing this triple threat
Today, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recommended an increase of $323 million in its first professional judgment budget aimed at providing Congress with a scientific estimate of what research funding is needed and can be immediately well utilized to address Alzheimer's disease in fiscal year 2017.
- Alzheimer's Association

July 14, 2015
White House Conference on Aging held during rapidly growing momentum in fight to end Alzheimer’s
Following historic leadership by Congress last month to accelerate the fight against Alzheimer’s disease and leading into the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference® (AAIC®) in Washington, D.C., next week, the once-a-decade White House Conference on Aging discussed important issues related to the impact of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia.
-Alzheimer's Association

July 10, 2015
Alzheimer's Association applauds 21st Century CURES call for medical innovation
The House of Representatives today passed the 21st Century CURES Act (H.R. 6) aimed at accelerating the pace of medical breakthroughs and cures. The legislation will take a comprehensive look at discovery, development and delivery to determine what steps should be taken to leverage past scientific developments and ensure the U.S. remains the leader in medical innovation. Alzheimer's is addressed in the CURES Act in several key sections.
-Alzheimer's Association

June 25, 2015
Senate makes history with 60% increase to Alzheimer's research funding
The Senate Appropriations Committee today approved an historic 60% increase – approximately $350 million – for Alzheimer's disease research. If passed into law, this would be the largest increase in Alzheimer's funding to date. The bipartisan effort was led by Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies (Labor-HHS) Subcommittee Chairman Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Ranking Minority Member Patty Murray (D-WA).
-Alzheimer's Association

June 24, 2015
House answers Alzheimer's Association advocates' call for a $300 million increase
Today, Alzheimer's Association advocates moved closer to realizing their request for substantially increased Alzheimer's research funding. The House Appropriations Committee approved the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies (Labor-HHS) bill, including an additional $300 million for Alzheimer's disease research.
-Alzheimer's Association

June 23, 2015
Senate makes bipartisan call for landmark 60 percent increase in Alzheimer's research funding
The Senate Labor, Health and Human Services (Labor-HHS) Appropriations Subcommittee led by Chairman Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Ranking Member Patty Murray (D-Wash.) today approved a 60 percent increase — approximately $350 million — for Alzheimer's disease research. The Alzheimer's Association applauds the subcommittee for this historic action recognizing the unique triple threat that Alzheimer's disease poses with its soaring prevalence, enormous cost and lack of treatment.
-Alzheimer's Association

June 18, 2015
Survey: Science-backed habits reduce dementia risk, but many Americans are misinformed
A new survey from Reader’s Digest and the Alzheimer’s Association reveals that many Americans don't realize certain habits can lower risk of cognitive decline and don't prioritize brain health compared with other aspects of well-being.
-Reader's Digest

June 17, 2015
House shows bipartisan support of historic prioritization of Alzheimer’s disease with an increase of $300 million for research
The House Labor, Health and Human Services (Labor-HHS) Appropriations Subcommittee today approved a historic $300 million increase for Alzheimer’s disease research as requested by Alzheimer’s Association advocates. If this increase becomes law, it will be the largest annual increase in federal Alzheimer’s research funding to date. The Alzheimer’s Association applauds this exemplary bipartisan effort to address this devastating and costly disease before Alzheimer’s prevalence triples and costs quadruple in just over a generation.
-Alzheimer's Association

June 16, 2015
House Appropriations Subcommittee Chair Proposes $300 Million Increase for Alzheimer’s Research
The House Labor, Health and Human Services (HHS) Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK) today proposed a $300 million increase for Alzheimer’s research as requested by Alzheimer’s Association advocates. The Association applauds this proposed 50 percent funding increase, a significant milestone toward realizing the goal of the National Plan to Address Alzheimer’s Disease – to prevent and effectively treat Alzheimer’s by 2025.
-Alzheimer's Association

June 15, 2015
Americans believe they have the power to reduce their risk of cognitive decline but don’t know how to make it happen
According to a recent survey conducted by Reader’s Digest in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, 91 percent of people believe they can reduce their risk of cognitive decline, but they have misconceptions about ways to keep their brains healthy.
-Alzheimer's Association

June 1, 2015
New research summary: Lifestyle changes help reduce risk of cognitive decline
People can reduce their risk of cognitive decline by making key lifestyle changes, according to a new research summary published online in Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association. With this in mind, the Alzheimer's Association offers 10 Ways to Love Your Brain, tips that may reduce the risk of cognitive decline.
-Alzheimer's Association

March 24, 2015
Many with Alzheimer's never get the diagnosis
More than half a million Americans will develop Alzheimer's disease this year, but as many as half will never be told their diagnosis, according to a new Alzheimer's Association report.
- NBC News

People with Alzheimer's not always told they have the disease
More than half of people with Alzheimer’s disease, or their caregivers, have never been told by their doctors that they have the condition, according to a new study from the Alzheimer’s Association.
- The Wall Street Journal

Most with Alzheimer's not told about their diagnosis
Doctors have no legal obligation to tell patients they've been diagnosed with Alzheimer's – and their caregivers might not know either, 2015 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures finds.
- U.S. News & World Report

Diagnosis of Alzheimer's often withheld
Medical professionals are much less likely to tell their patients of a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease than diagnoses of other chronic or incurable diseases such as cancer, often because of a reluctance to inflict emotional distress, according to 2015 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures.
- The Washington Post

New Alzheimer’s Association report finds less than half of people with Alzheimer’s disease say they were told the diagnosis
The Alzheimer’s Association’s 2015 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures report, released today, found that only 45 percent of people with Alzheimer’s disease or their caregivers say they were told the diagnosis by their doctor.
- Alzheimer's Association

March 5, 2015
Leading research funders build on global initiative with new nearly $2 million commitment to study commonalities of neurodegenerative diseases
The Alzheimer's Association is collaborating with worldwide research leaders to launch Biomarkers Across Neurodegenerative Diseases (BAND), a program to investigate the overlap in biology and clinical symptoms of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, frontotemporal dementia and other brain-deteriorating diseases.
- Alzheimer's Association

February 5, 2015
The discovery of Alzheimer's disease treatment by 2025 will save the U.S. $220 billion within first five years
The United States could save $220 billion within the first five years of a treatment for Alzheimer's disease being introduced, according to a new report from the Alzheimer's Association.
- Alzheimer's Association

Alzheimer's costs could soar to $1 trillion a year by 2050, report says
A report issued Thursday by the Alzheimer's Association on the financial impact of Alzheimer's disease in the United States warns that it could soar to more than $1 trillion a year by 2050, with much of it borne by the federal government, unless action is taken to shift current trends.
- The Washington Post

Change the trajectory of Alzheimer's or bankrupt Medicare
This is the price tag: $20.8 trillion. Because there is currently no way to stop or slow Alzheimer's disease, that's what we will all pay over the next generation to care for people with Alzheimer's unless policymakers change the disease's trajectory by adequately funding research for treatment.
- Roll Call

Report: Health costs for Alzheimer's to skyrocket
Health costs associated with Alzheimer's disease are projected to skyrocket in the coming decades, a new report from the Alzheimer's Association warns.
- The Hill

February 2, 2015
President's budget acknowledges Alzheimer's disease as unchecked threat but does not meet urgent funding needs
President Barack Obama's fiscal year 2016 budget recognizes the unique threat posed by Alzheimer's, the most expensive disease in the nation and the only leading cause of death in the United States with no way to prevent, stop or even slow its progression, calling for a $51 million increase in Alzheimer's research. However, without increasing funding to the levels deemed necessary by the scientific community, America is unlikely to complete the primary goal of the National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease to prevent and effectively treat Alzheimer's disease by 2025.
- Alzheimer's Association

January 29, 2015
Early Alzheimer's in parent exacts heavy toll on young adult children
Early-onset Alzheimer's disease strikes some people in their prime, when careers are at their height and the rewards of a lifetime's work at last seem within grasp. Young adult children can also find themselves thrown into the unfamiliar role of their parent's caregiver.
- The Washington Post

January 14, 2015
Golden Globe winner Julianne Moore talks about "Still Alice," Alzheimer's disease
In "Still Alice," Julianne Moore portrays a woman afflicted with Alzheimer's disease at just 50 years old, but the real work started long before filming began.
- The Today Show

January 14, 2015
Julianne Moore and her upcoming movie role about Alzheimer’s
The Golden Globe winner discusses Alzheimer's disease and her role in "Still Alice."
- Live with Kelly and Michael

January 14, 2015
Scientists look to heart disease and stroke-related disorders for clues to preventing and treating Alzheimer’s
Recommendations by a group of scientists to bolster research on how Alzheimer’s disease and vascular conditions progress together and influence each other are available online today, in advance of publication, by Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association. The authors hope this research agenda, if executed, will uncover new clues for effectively treating or preventing dementia.

January 6, 2015
Oscar Contender 'Still Alice' Brings New Attention to Alzheimer's Disease
Julianne Moore's performance as a middle-aged woman diagnosed with Alzheimer's is raising awareness of the disease and has earned the actress a Golden Globe nomination.
- NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams

December 17, 2014
Alzheimer’s Association advocates celebrate Alzheimer’s legislative victory with an eye to the president’s 2016 budget
As the largest Alzheimer’s advocacy organization in the world, the Alzheimer’s Association, and its relentless advocates, applaud Congress for creating a formal process to ensure that scientific judgment will guide them in future Alzheimer’s research funding decisions. This critical provision comes from the Alzheimer’s Accountability Act, which was fully incorporated within the fiscal year 2015 funding bill signed into law by the president.
- Alzheimer's Association

December 9, 2014
Efforts of Alzheimer's Association advocates incorporated in funding bill
As the largest Alzheimer's advocacy organization in the world, the Alzheimer's Association commends Congress for addressing Alzheimer's disease in the fiscal year 2015 funding bill released today. By incorporating the Alzheimer's Accountability Act, which was shepherded by the Alzheimer's Association, Congress has made a long-term commitment to elevating research funding to the necessary levels.
- Alzheimer's Association

October 20, 2014
Scientists say National Alzheimer's Plan research milestones must be strengthened to meet its primary goal by the 2025 deadline
A workgroup of nearly 40 Alzheimer's researchers and scientists says the research milestones in the U.S. government's National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease must be broadened in scope, increased in scale and adequately funded in order to successfully achieve this goal. A series of proposals by the workgroup to enlarge and strengthen the plan are published today in Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association.
- Alzheimer's Association

August 6, 2014
Low Vitamin D Level could double Alzheimer's risk, study finds
Older adults with too little vitamin D in their blood may have twice the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease as seniors with sufficient levels of the "sunshine vitamin," a new study finds.
-CBS News

June 19, 2014
Nearly 60 percent of people worldwide incorrectly believe that Alzheimer's disease is a typical part of aging
According to an Alzheimer's Association 12-country survey, 59 percent of people surveyed incorrectly believe that Alzheimer's disease is a typical part of aging and 40 percent of people believe that Alzheimer's is not fatal.
- Alzheimer's Association

The scary facts people don't know about Alzheimer's disease
A new survey from the Alzheimer’s Association finds that Alzheimer’s disease is grossly misunderstood and underestimated, despite being the second-most-feared disease behind cancer.
- Newsweek

June 10, 2014
Alzheimer's Association applauds inclusion of additional $100 million for Alzheimer's disease in senate funding bill
The U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies allocated an additional $100 million in its fiscal year 2015 funding bill for Alzheimer's research. The Alzheimer's Association commends Chairman Tom Harkin (D-IA) and Ranking Member Jerry Moran (R-KS) for their ongoing commitment to Alzheimer's.
- Alzheimer's Association

June 6, 2014
Aging population will cause Alzheimer's numbers to soar
At least 44 million people worldwide are now living with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. As our populations age, those numbers will swell to 76 million by 2030.
- Dear Abby

June 2, 2014
Inaugural Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month initiates a global conversation about dementia
During the inaugural Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month this June, the Alzheimer's Association is asking people around the world to wear purple — the color of the Alzheimer's movement — and use their brains to fight Alzheimer's disease.
- Alzheimer's Association

April 2, 2014
Alzheimer's Association applauds the introduction of the Alzheimer's Accountability Act
The Alzheimer's Association applauds introduction of the Alzheimer's Accountability Act, which represents a bipartisan effort to ensure that Congress is equipped with the best possible information to set funding priorities and reach the goal of the National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease to prevent and effectively treat Alzheimer's by 2025.
- Alzheimer's Association

March 19, 2014
Women in their 60s twice as likely to develop Alzheimer's disease over the rest of their lives as they are breast cancer
According to the Alzheimer's Association 2014 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures report released today, a woman's estimated lifetime risk of developing Alzheimer's at age 65 is 1 in 6, compared with nearly 1 in 11 for a man. As real a concern as breast cancer is to women's health, women in their 60s are about twice as likely to develop Alzheimer's over the rest of their lives as they are to develop breast cancer.
- Alzheimer's Association

3.2 million women in the United States have Alzheimer's
Alzheimer's disease is a bigger risk to women as they age than breast cancer, according to the Alzheimer's Association 2014 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures report.
- The TODAY Show

Alzheimer's takes heavy toll on women
The Alzheimer's Association 2014 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures report says Alzheimer's is more likely to strike women and puts more demands on women as caregivers.
- USA TODAY

Report: Alzheimer's far more likely than breast cancer in women over 60
Women age 60 and older have a 1 in 6 chance of getting Alzheimer's disease in their lifetime, and are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer's compared with breast cancer, according to a report from the Alzheimer's Association.
- CNN

March 5, 2014
Alzheimer's Association awards largest-ever research grant to expand A4 Alzheimer's prevention trial
The Alzheimer's Association today announced its largest ever research grant — $8 million over four years — to support the Longitudinal Evaluation of Amyloid Risk and Neurodegeneration (LEARN) study as a companion study to the Anti-Amyloid Treatment in Asymptomatic Alzheimer's Disease (A4) Study, a pioneering Alzheimer's prevention trial that is starting this year.
- Alzheimer's Association

February 26, 2014
Seth Rogen, Dennis Moore testify at Senate Appropriations Subcommittee hearing
The Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies held a hearing dedicated to the economic impact of Alzheimer's disease in America. Chaired by Senators Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) and Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), the hearing also examined the current state of biomedical research into prevention and treatment of the disease. National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Dr. Francis Collins, former Congressman Dennis Moore (D-Kan.), who is living with Alzheimer's, and Alzheimer's Association celebrity Champion Seth Rogen testified about the importance of funding Alzheimer's research.
- Alzheimer's Association

February 5, 2014
Groups unite to cross the lines between Alzheimer's and Parkinson's
The Alzheimer's Association, the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF) and The W. Garfield Weston Foundation are uniting to encourage further study into the similarities and differences between Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, the two most common brain diseases.
-Alzheimer's Association

February 4, 2014
Drug companies join NIH in study of Alzheimer's and other diseases
Under a five-year collaboration to be announced on Tuesday, 10 drug companies and the National Institutes of Health have agreed to share scientists, tissue and blood samples, and data. They aim to decipher the biology behind Alzheimer's disease, Type 2 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, and to identify targets for new drugs.
-NBC News

January 17, 2014
Record $122 million increase for Alzheimer's disease signed into law by President Obama
At the urging of the Alzheimer's Association and its more than 600,000 advocates, the funding bill signed into law today by President Obama contained an unprecedented $122 million increase for Alzheimer's research, education, outreach and caregiver support. The Association applauds the Obama administration for calling for increased Alzheimer's funding in the president's Fiscal Year 2014 budget and Congress for providing funding to enable the continued, effective implementation of the National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease
- Alzheimer's Association

January 16, 2014
Record $122 million increase for Alzheimer's disease passed by Congress, sent to president
An unprecedented $122 million increase for Alzheimer's research, education, outreach and caregiver support stemming from the efforts of Alzheimer's Association advocates was passed swiftly by Congress today. The Alzheimer's Association commends the bipartisan work of our elected officials to make Alzheimer's disease a national priority.
- Alzheimer's Association

January 14, 2014
Record $122 million increase proposed for Alzheimer's disease in funding bill
The fiscal year 2014 federal budget funding bill released by bipartisan House and Senate negotiators includes the largest funding increase in history dedicated to Alzheimer's disease and dementia — $122 million for Alzheimer's research, education, outreach and caregiver support.
- Alzheimer's Association

December 11, 2013
G8 countries collectively agree to goals including mirroring U.S. National Alzheimer's Plan
Alzheimer's Association President and CEO Harry Johns presented at and participated in the first-ever G8 Dementia Summit, where world leaders acknowledged that the Alzheimer's and dementia crisis cannot be ignored.
- Alzheimer's Association

November 21, 2013
Former Congressman Dennis Moore named to Advisory Council on Alzheimer's Research, Care and Services
The Alzheimer's Association applauds the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on selecting former Congressman Dennis Moore (D-Kan.) to share his perspective on living with Alzheimer's as the newest member of the Advisory Council on Alzheimer's Research, Care, and Services
- Alzheimer's Association

Alzheimer's Association emphasizes urgency of increased global research effort at Hill briefing
The urgent need for additional research funding for Alzheimer's disease and other dementias worldwide was the core message delivered by representatives of the Alzheimer's Association during testimony today before the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations. The hearing was held in anticipation of the upcoming first-ever G8 summit on dementia.
- Alzheimer's Association

October 29, 2013
New gene variants linked to Alzheimer's disease
In the largest genetic analysis of Alzheimer's ever completed, scientists have discovered 11 new genes that may be tied to the late-onset form of the disease.
- CBS News

October 21, 2013
Alzheimer's Association statement on screening for cognitive impairment in older adults
The Alzheimer's Association supports efforts that increase early detection and diagnosis of Alzheimer's by trained professionals in a medical setting, such as through the Medicare Annual Wellness Visit. The Association does not support one-time memory and/or dementia screening in non-medical settings, such as shopping malls or health fairs.
- Alzheimer's Association

October 3, 2013
Are you just forgetful or at risk for Alzheimer's?
The Oct. 2 episode of "The Katie Couric Show" featured information on Alzheimer's diease and tips on how exercise and diet may help boost brain power.
- The Katie Couric Show

September 17, 2013
Column: Increase Alzheimer's research funding
This country is famous for waging health-related "wars" — a war on cancer, a war on smoking, a war on HIV/AIDs, a war on obesity. It's time we launched a serious war on Alzheimer's disease.
- USA Today

July 11, 2013
Alzheimer's Association applauds inclusion of $104 million for Alzheimer's disease in Senate funding bill
Recognizing the personal and financial threat of the Alzheimer's epidemic facing the nation and world, the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations voted to provide an additional $104 million in its fiscal year 2014 funding bill for Alzheimer's research, education, outreach and caregiver support.
- Alzheimer's Association

July 5, 2013
Association to continue to advocate for coverage of diagnostic tool
The Alzheimer's Association is disappointed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) draft coverage decision on brain amyloid imaging, particularly given the clear, scientific consensus recommendations provided to CMS by the Association and the Society for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) regarding appropriate, limited coverage, only in specific populations.
- Alzheimer's Association

June 14, 2013
HHS releases 2013 update to the National Alzheimer's Plan
Today, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released the National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease: 2013 Update. The 2013 Update includes a new timeline for achieving its first goal — prevent and effectively treat Alzheimer's disease by 2025 — and a review of progress over the past year.
- Alzheimer's Association

April 30, 2013
Alzheimer’s Advisory Council evaluates progress implementing National Alzheimer’s Plan
The Advisory Council on Alzheimer’s Research, Care, and Services met to evaluate the implementation of the first-ever National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease to date and discuss highlights of the 2013 National Plan Update expected to be released mid-May.
- Alzheimer’s Association

April 19, 2013
Alzheimer's Association: Fighting to end Alzheimer's
Beth Kallmyer, Alzheimer's Association vice president of constituent services, discusses the Alzheimer's Association, caregiving, research and other Alzheimer's-related issues.
- Caring.com

April 11, 2013
Legislation reintroduced to improve diagnosis of Alzheimer's and strengthen care planning
As the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research, the Alzheimer's Association applauds the reintroduction of the Health Outcomes, Planning, and Education (HOPE) for Alzheimer's Act.
- Alzheimer's Association

April 10, 2013
Alzheimer's Association applauds Obama administration for dedication of new resources to Alzheimer's epidemic
The Alzheimer's Association commends the Obama administration for dedicating an additional $100 million within President Barack Obama's FY 2014 budget toward the fight against Alzheimer's and the implementation of the National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease. These new resources will be used to fund research, awareness, education and outreach, and caregiver support.
- Alzheimer's Association

April 2, 2013
Alzheimer's Association applauds White House brain mapping initiative
Harry Johns, president and CEO of the Alzheimer's Association, participated in an event at the White House on the Obama administration's BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) Initiative referenced during the State of the Union. "The Alzheimer's Association applauds the president for underscoring the critical need for research to better understand the mysteries of the brain," Johns said.
- Alzheimer's Association

March 19, 2013
New Alzheimer’s Association report reveals 1 in 3 seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia
According to the Alzheimer's Association 2013 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures report released today, one in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia in the United States. The new report shows that while deaths from other major diseases, such as heart disease, HIV/AIDS and stroke, continue to experience significant declines, Alzheimer’s deaths continue to rise — increasing 68 percent from 2000-2010.
- Alzheimer's Association

March 14, 2013
Alzheimer's Association CEO represents Alzheimer's community at appropriations subcommittee hearing
At a Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Committee on Appropriations hearing, Alzheimer's Association President and CEO Harry Johns outlined the dramatic human suffering caused by Alzheimer's and the enormous strain the disease places on the health care system and the federal budget.
- Alzheimer's Association

February 13, 2013
President Obama includes Alzheimer's in State of the Union
Last night, President Barack Obama included Alzheimer's disease in his State of the Union address. The Alzheimer's Association applauds the president for underscoring the critical need for medical research and demonstrating that addressing Alzheimer's disease is a national priority.
- Alzheimer's Association

January 30, 2013
Panel requires additional data about brain amyloid imaging for Alzheimer's disease
The Alzheimer's Association is disappointed that the Medicare Evidence Development and Coverage Advisory Committee (MEDCAC) panel does not believe that there is adequate evidence whether or not PET imaging of brain beta amyloid changes health outcomes, and urges the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Service (CMS) to review the evidence and make a positive determination about coverage.
- Alzheimer's Association

January 28, 2013
First guidelines published for brain amyloid imaging in Alzheimer's
To provide guidance for physicians, individuals and families affected by Alzheimer's, and the public, the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) and the Alzheimer's Association have jointly published the first criteria for the appropriate use of positron emission tomography (PET) imaging technology to aid in the diagnosis of people with suspected Alzheimer's disease.
- Alzheimer's Association

 


 

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