1. Emory Hill, PhD Emory Hill, PhD United States says:

    The cost-effective detection of a propensity to develop Alzheimer's will be extremely valuable when treatment is available. It can be integrated with the cost-effective computerized testing of cognitive abilities that detects actual decline (e.g. the CANS-MCI), so that people don't need to be anxious for years before there is any need to know.

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