Disparities in Alzheimer's Disease
Unfortunately, Alzheimer's disease like other illnesses and diseases, is also associated with disparities including racial and ethnic disparities, socioeconomic disparities, and disparities in healthcare. Fortunately, by identifying these underlying disparities, societies and individuals are working together to reduce them. Check out the infographic to know more!
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