Doctors must overcome their reactions when discussing and treating Alzheimer’s
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May 14, 2014
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Doctors must overcome their reactions when discussing and treating Alzheimer’s
According to one physician, Alzheimer’s and other dementias are not something doctors talk about much. But he writes that while the diagnosis can be difficult and treatments are limited, doctors need to face their uneasiness and confront their reactions so that they can best serve the needs of people with the disease and their families.

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