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Memory loss is often the most common and noticeable symptom of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. In some cases, family members may notice other signs that occur before memory loss becomes apparent.An Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Without Memory Loss

If your parent is not experiencing memory loss, that doesn’t mean you can disregard Alzheimer’s as a possibility. Read more about receiving an Alzheimer’s diagnosis without memory loss and what steps to take after the diagnosis.

Early Alzheimer’s Symptoms

The Alzheimer’s Association cites nine additional early signs and symptoms of the disease for families to watch out for:

  • Challenges in planning or solving problems
  • Changes in

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An international team of scientists is coming together to seek a better way to define Alzheimer’s and identify its presence in those who are in the earliest stages of the disease before symptoms occur. The proposed new framework uses biomarkers instead of symptoms to identify the presence of Alzheimer’s, which could allow researchers to more accurately understand the pathology of the disease.Scientists Push Plan to Change How Researchers Define Alzheimer's

Scientists Urge Use of Biomarkers to Define Alzheimer’s

An international team of scientists is urging the research community to look at Alzheimer’s in a different way. Until now, Alzheimer’s has been largely defined through symptoms like confusion Read more

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