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Treating Alzheimer's
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Although no cure for Alzheimer’s disease is yet available, medical and behavioral treatments for the disease may ease symptoms for the individual with Alzheimer's.

In addition to treating cognitive and behavioral symptoms, advising patients and their caregivers to initiate health care directives and decisions while the patient still has the capacity to do so can ease the burden for the family as the disease progresses.

View more information about earlier diagnosis, research, treatments and clinical trials.

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