Episode: New Data: Could Olfactory Deficits Be Risk Factors for Dementia?

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New Data: Could Olfactory Deficits Be Risk Factors for Dementia?
Two new studies presented at the Alzheimer’s Association meeting in Copenhagen found that people in the early stages of Alzheimer’s have subtle deficits in odor identification, a finding that could help diagnose the disease very early on. In this podcast, Neurology Today speaks with Mark Albers, MD, PhD, assistant professor of neurology at Harvard University and a neurologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Davangere Devanand, MD, professor of psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center, about their research. For more information, see the associated article in the September 4 issue of Neurology Today.

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