Diagnostic testing: who wants to know?

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Recent research from the United States holds out the possibility of a simple neurobiological test for Alzheimer’s disease. In the first of two articles on the social and ethical consequences of new research, Harry Cayton looks at the benefits and problems of an accurate diagnostic test.
Author/s: Harry Cayton
Vol: 3, Issue: 1, pp12-13

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