When it comes to Alzheimer’s, there’s a lot we don’t know

The abundance of information available today can give us a false sense of knowledge. It can seem as if we know everything when in fact, we know very little. Take Alzheimer’s disease. This form of dementia is common among those over 65, but we don’t even really know what causes it, let alone how to treat it.

The abundance of information available today can give us a false sense of knowledge. It can seem as if we know everything when in fact, we know very little. Take Alzheimer’s disease. This form of dementia is common among those over 65, but we don’t even really know what causes it, let alone how to treat it.

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