Model Concept: Aging/Alzheimer`s

Alzheimer's is a progressive and terminal incurable disease. Most prevalent in people over 65 years old with increasing incidence with age. The first symptom is short-term memory loss. Over subsequent years confusion, anger, mood swings, general cognitive decline and memory loss are the usual course. The course of the disease is typically 5 to 20 years.

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