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Alzheimer’s Association Statements
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Following are approved statements by the Alzheimer's Association National Board of Directors or the Alzheimer's Association Medical and Scientific Advisory Council. These statements provide the Association's positions around ethical, medical and care topics related to Alzheimer's disease or dementia. Statements are based on relevant research, best practice and expert opinion at the time of statement development.

 Assisted Oral Feeding & Tube Feeding

 Challenging Behaviors

 Driving and Dementia

 Drug Formularies

 Electronic Medical Records

 Electronic Tracking

 End-of-Life Care

 Generic Drugs and Alzheimer's Disease

 Genetic Testing

 Human Stem Cell Research

 Medical Foods

 Placebo Control

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 Protection of Participants in Research

 Respect for Autonomy

 Right to Treatment

 Telling the Truth in Diagnosis

 Therapeutic Goals

 Use of Animals in Research


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