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Study Successfully Uses Phone App To Diagnose Frontotemporal Dementia

Study Successfully Uses Phone App To Diagnose Frontotemporal Dementia
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A study found that cognitive tests issued via a phone app were able to accurately detect early-onset dementia in high-risk individuals, even when they were not yet displaying outward symptoms, providing a possible alternative to help identify the underdiagnosed illness. What do you think?

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“Nothing’s more stressful than dealing with a parent trying to use a new app.”

Naima Norton, Wire Detangler

“I refuse to get medical advice from an app that’s not TikTok.”

Arun Tucker, Cardiogram Enthusiast

“I just assumed all apps were already tracking me closely enough to be able do this.”

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Sebastian Chamberlain, Infomercial Extra



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