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Live from the Arizona Alzheimer's Consortium with Dr. Richard Caselli about advances in Alzheimer's detection.
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I have fibromyalgia and then in 2015 had a stroke(53y). I have lots of fibro fog or brain. I don’t have what i call middle memory. I can recall right now unless doing multiple things and can if i make note of it for latter. But to recall it in a hour, next day, or even a month is hard right now. I may remember if look at calendar but sometimes i get blank then too. Is they any research for my illness getting Alzheimer’s? Are these memory problems signs of early symptoms? What should someone do to prolong this disease? Thank you.
@lesion The dementia you mention might be the result also of cerebral misfolded protein deposit disease, or Amyloidosis. Perhaps systemic light chain, or one of several more forms. check out Martha Grogan’s videos on the Mayoclinic web site.
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Thank you for the comment. However, i don’t know how these disease are related to my explaining. This was interesting because i have a rash that was ichy on my forearms and a biospy was taken at Rochester, mayo in oct 2017. A cause and what it is unknown yet.
I’m unable to see the Alzheimer’s Presentation. I’m logged in and clicked on “Video Q&A Live” but nothing?
I cannot access the live video for which I registered. How can I join?
@uncletony and @houle can you see the video now?
Also note that the video will be archived on this page so that you can watch it anytime after the event as well.
I was able to view the video. Thank you.
I just saw video. The sound was terrible and you could not see any of the slides he was talking about. Did i have only questions? I didn’t here answers but i understand can’t tell much until you pass away and some new test are coming out. I believe i have been told mild cognitive function already. What next? Thanks
@leslon @idan @uncletony and @oldkarl, thank you for tuning in for the presentation by Dr. Richard Caselli about advances in Alzheimer’s detection. While we were excited about bringing you into the auditorium at Mayo Clinic Arizona, the technological challenges resulted in less than ideal sound quality. I encourage you to watch these recent videos by Dr. Caselli that include information, visuals and data shared during yesterday’s presentation.
Alzheimer Disease: Breakthroughs and Challenges
Public Perceptions of Testing for Alzheimer Disease
@leslon You may also be interested in following the Living with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) page on Connect. https://connect.mayoclinic.org/page/living-with-mild-cognitive-impairment-mci/
I can’t even hear it.
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