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November 6, 2019
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CVS Health joins the fight to end Alzheimer's
CVS Health is joining the fight against Alzheimer's as a new national corporate partner of the Alzheimer's Association with a three-year, $10 million minimum commitment. To kick off its support, and in observance of National Family Caregivers Month in November, CVS Pharmacy will host a three-week, in-store fundraiser at its more than 8,800 locations until Nov. 23. CVS Health is the largest pharmacy health care provider in the United States.

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Rare genetic mutation might hold clues to reducing Alzheimer's risk
A rare genetic mutation could have an impact on dementia risk, according to a study partially funded by the Alzheimer's Association. Researchers found that a Colombian woman's genetic mutation staved off dementia for decades. While the findings are important, additional research is needed to more thoroughly understand how genetics impact Alzheimer's and dementia risk.
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It may be difficult to tell symptoms of Alzheimer's and depression apart
Depression is common among people living with Alzheimer's disease, especially during the early and middle stages. Identifying depression in someone with Alzheimer's can be difficult since the conditions share similar symptoms.
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