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Why Alzheimer’s Hits Women Harder Than Men

By Being Patient | September 25th, 2018

We talk to Dr. Marie Pasinski, faculty member at Harvard Medical School and neurologist at Massachusetts General’s Institute for Brain Health, about why two out of three Americans with Alzheimer’s are women and why it’s especially important for women to address modifiable lifestyle risk factors for Alzheimer’s.

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