LOS ANGELES (FOX 11) - More positive research unveiled at the international conference for the Alzheimer's Association confirmed what has long been suspected, Alzheimer's spreads differently in the brain's of women vs men.
Two-thirds of all Alzheimer's cases are in women, and in the early stages of the disease, may go undiagnosed because women tend to do better on verbal tests than men.
The charity Alzheimer's LA sits down with Christine Devine to discuss this topic, recognizing the signs of Alzheimer's and how to get help.
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