Dementia and alzheimer’s disease - lessons from the oldest-old

      The oldest-old (people over age 90) are the fastest growing segment of the population in Asia and most of the world. With age as the strongest risk factor for dementia and AD, the oldest-old portend enormous public health, economic and social challenges. Investigations of cognition in this age group can provide clues to our understanding of dementia and cognitive loss at all ages.
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