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Do doctors see a lot of patients with dementia?

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Dr. William Drescher
Dr. William Drescheranswered
Psychiatry 51 years experience
Quite a few: As the population ages doctors are seeing more and more patients with varying degrees of dementia. In some cases the dementia is due to a treatable medical condition. In others the progression of the dementia can be slowed with treatment.
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