Science is not a world of certainty, but an exploration of probability, of possibility, and of continued change. Researchers have learned over and over again the dangers of overconfidence.
Yet, just a few decades ago, we were certain we’d have dementia (or at least Alzheimer’s disease) figured out by now.
We don’t. Amazingly, enough, we can’t even DIAGNOSE Alzheimer’s with confidence until after a person has died, let alone cure it?or any form of dementia.
But we are working on it. In this session, I will share the history of dementia research, the current state of our knowledge in the field, and where we plan to go from here.
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Each session includes time for questions. All sessions are free. I look forward to seeing you!
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