12/19/2013 – Early Detection Key In The Search For Alzheimer's Cure

“I believe that we have about 20 years before the medical and economic costs of this disease, let alone the social costs, just cripple our entire medical system,” says Peter Snyder, Ph.D., a Professor of Neurology at Brown University and Senior VP and Chief Research Officer of the Lifespan Hospital System.

“We have to identify people who are in the earliest phases of the disease—and that probably means before they’re complaining of much,” Snyder says.

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