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Alzheimer’s disease (AD)

Alzheimer’s disease is marked by alterations in the brain resulting in the accumulation of specific proteins.
The condition leads to the shrinking of the brain and the eventual death of brain cells.
It stands as the primary cause of dementia, a progressive decline encompassing memory, cognitive abilities, behaviour, and social skills.
These changes significantly impact a person’s overall functioning and ability to carry out daily tasks.
Initial indicators of the disease involve difficulties in remembering recent events or conversations. As the condition advances, it evolves into more severe memory issues and a decline in the capacity to carry out routine daily tasks.
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