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Study Finds Mix of Disease Processes at Work in Brains of Most People with Dementia - June 13, 2007.

Few older people die with brains untouched by a pathological process, however, an individuala[euro](tm)s likelihood of having clinical signs of dementia increases with the number of different disease processes present in the brain, according to a new study. The research was funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the National Institutes of Health, and conducted at the Rush Alzheimera[euro](tm)s Disease Center at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Julie Schneider, M.D., and colleagues report the findings in the journal Neurology online today.

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