The remaining cases of Alzheimer disease are familial, which means they are found in multiple members of a family. Familial Alzheimer disease can be divided into early-onset disease (symptoms begin before age 65) and late-onset disease (symptoms begin after age 65).
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- The Alzherimer's Association provides videos and information to help kids and teens deal with the emotions and reactions that are common when a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Click on Alzheimer's Association to view these resources.
- NIH News: Scientists Report Important Step in Biomarker Testing for Alzheimer's Disease. National Institute on Aging (NIA). March 17, 2009.
- Learn how Alzheimer's disease affects the brain through the Alzheimer's Association's interactive Brain Tour