Early detection is key in slowing Alzheimer’s
A January 17, 2018 The San Diego Tribune article looked at Alzheimer’s disease prevention, which has become the focus of much current research. Early detection is key to both slowing and preventing AD, and researchers are looking for signs of the disease before symptoms become obvious. The article interviewed Dr. Douglas Galasko and Dr. James Brewer, both from UC San Diego School of Medicine, about dementia, including memory screenings, and early detection and prevention. On January 30, the UC San Diego Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center in La Jolla is providing no-cost memory assessments.