The diagnosis journey of Alzheimer’s disease: why early detection matters

Alzheimer’s is a chronic, progressive brain disease that slowly gets worse over time and affects memory, behaviour, problem-solving and daily activities.1 It is one of the biggest global public healthcare crises facing society.2



The diagnosis journey of Alzheimer’s disease: Why early detection matters

June 14, 2022


Alzheimer’s disease is typically missed or diagnosed late in the disease journey, and the diagnosis journey is complex and lengthy.

Download the infographic to discover more about why early detection matters.





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