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Alzheimer’s Meta-Review: Women Deteriorate More Quickly Than Men

Widely covered in the global media, new research from our Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology shows that women afflicted with Alzheimer's Disease tend to suffer a more rapid decline than men.

Widely covered in the global media, new research from our Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology shows that women afflicted with Alzheimer's Disease tend to suffer a more rapid decline than men.


Studies of the cognitive abilities of men and women with Alzheimer's are surprisingly rare and this ground-breaking meta-review from the University of Hertfordshire opens up a potentially vast new area of research to be pursued for years to come.


Click here to read the full article in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology.
 


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