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Can a person with vascular dementia ever get better?

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Dr. Thomas Heston
Family Medicine 31 years experience
Not really: Vascular dementia generally is a permanent decline although you might be able to stabilize the condition through aggressive risk factor reduction such as blood pressure and cholesterol control.
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