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Data show higher rate of young-onset dementia

2021-08-04

A meta-analysis of data from 95 studies found the global, age-standardized rate of young-onset dementia was 119 per 100,000 individuals among people ages 30 to 64, which is higher than previously estimated, according to a study in JAMA Neurology. The prevalence of young-onset dementia was similar among women and men and higher in Europe than in the US.

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