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  Research shows that it is possible to delay the onset and progression of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders (ADRD) by up to several years. Given that the average age of onset is 74, a six-year delay in symptoms could keep memory intact until after age 80. Since the average life expectancy in the USA is about 78 years, this means that those who pursue an appropriate prevention strategy may never develop the symptoms of ADRD during their lifetime.

If you notice changes in memory or other cognitive functions in yourself or in others, professional evaluation and treatment should be sought immediately.

 

 
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