Why it’s Important to have a Diagnosis

March 3, 2017



Paul Rosenberg, M.D., Associate Director of the Johns Hopkins Memory and Alzheimer's Treatment Center

Program Notes:
0:03 We’re working hard on the objective tests
1:01 It’s as good as our diagnosis of other types of disease
2:01 Indirect evidence for exercise as preventive
3:01 Volunteer work may be helpful
4:01 They know they have memory problems, the diagnosis is reassuring
5:18 End

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