Tag Archives: UK NSC Policy (Alzheimer’s Disease)

Alzheimer’s Society Urges Screening for Dementia at Age 75 Years

[A version of this abstract appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 1 Issue 9, April 2011]. Summary The NHS should offer checks for dementia when people reach 75, the Alzheimer’s Society has suggested. The Arguments For… Roughly 750,000 people in … Continue reading

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UK NSC Policy on Alzheimer’s Disease Screening in Adults (No Change)

Summary This document is unchanged from when it first appeared in 2009. Screening should not be offered. Quote: “This policy was reviewed in June-September 2010 but no significant changes were made. It is due to be considered again in 2013 … Continue reading

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