Alzheimer's Disease Outlook
What to expect with Alzheimer's disease:
- The outlook for Alzheimer's disease depends on the individual and how quickly the symptoms progress.
- Mental function tends to decline steadily over months to years.
- Eventually, the disease can leave a person completely unable to care for themselves.
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