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The Alzheimer's Library
Alzheimer\'s Progression

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Alzheimer's patients live, on average, four and a half to six years after diagnosis. Sometimes the disease progresses very quickly; other times, patients may have five or even ten good years before entering late-stage Alzheimer's, and live for twenty years or more. Some patients have a relatively easy journey, whereas others develop many distressing symptoms. What are the typical stages of Alzheimer's? Is there any way to predict which patients will progress quickly, or what symptoms may develop?
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