Dementia isn’t a disease itself and is not a normal part of aging. Rather, dementia is a generalized term that characterizes the impairment or loss of at least two neurologic functions, including cognitive function, memory loss, speech and language, problem solving, and social abilities severe enough to affect daily living. Learn the current and emerging treatment landscape to manage patients with all types of dementia, including Alzheimer disease.
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