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How is Alzheimers different from normal aging?

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How is Alzheimers different from normal aging?

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Alzheimer’s is not part of the normal aging process, and therefore, is not a normal event at the end of life. However, as people age, they tend to experience changes in the speed of recall: the information is there, but, with age, it may take longer to call it up. The following examples will illustrate some of the differences between changes due to normal aging and those due to Alzheimer’s, especially in the more advanced stages of the disease.

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