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Policy changes urgently needed as millions of Americans to start receiving early label of Alzheimer's disease

How will we, as individuals, and a society, live with brains at risk for Alzheimer's disease dementia? A neurodegenerative disease ethicist and clinician offers keen observations to help navigate ethically-charged points on the course of the disease progression. "Whether as patients or as caregivers, we all have Alzheimer's disease," says this researcher. "The question we must engage with is, How should we live with it?"
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