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Detecting Alzheimer’s Through Changes in Speech

By Being Patient | May 1st, 2019

Rhoda Au is a leading neuropsychologist who is studying how someone’s voice or writing patterns could be used to determine whether or not they will develop Alzheimer’s.

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2 thoughts on “Detecting Alzheimer’s Through Changes in Speech

  1. Excellent information. It’s an advance in the understanding and possible prevention
    of Alzheimer’s. Thank you for
    sharing online.

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