Alzheimer - Alzheimers can be extremely fatal. Many doctors...

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Alzheimer’s can be extremely fatal. Many doctors deliberate it as a proliferating disease. An individual who has Alzheimer may not know he/she has it. There are many signs in which one could compare in order to discover rather or not he/she has such disease. Following these signs, one would also have to be aware of the few stages Alzheimer consumes. Even though there is not a cure for this disease (yet), there are many solutions that could ease this long and inflexible process for the loved ones and the patient him/herself. Some of the symptoms for Alzheimer’s are memory loss, and problems with comprehending others. Many also lose the ability to speak. They develop behavioral issues as well (Hoffman et al., 2009). For example a person with Alzheimer’s may become angry with others easily or have every strong emotion about certain situations. Another symptom is that the effected person will have hallucinations (Hoffman et al., 2009). They may think they are somewhere or doing something that is not the case at all. Although “There is a great individual variation in the course of this disease” (Dash et al., 2005) there are three main stages to Alzheimer’s disease. The first stage is the “Clinical
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course BIO 1114 taught by Professor Rice during the Spring '10 term at University of Central Oklahoma.

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Alzheimer - Alzheimers can be extremely fatal. Many doctors...

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