The AP (7/22, Marchione, Tanner) reports, “Too few people with signs of mental decline or dementia are getting checked during routine medical visits or told when a problem is found, says a panel of Alzheimer’s disease experts who offered new guidance.” Now, “broad guidelines were released on Sunday at the” Alzheimer’s Association’s “international conference in Chicago.” MedPage Today (7/22, George) reports that the new guidelines include “twenty recommendations for primary and specialty care settings.” (SOURCE: APA Headlines)
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