SAGE Detects Alzheimer’s Before It’s Too Late

Neurologists at Ohio State University have developed a self-administered test called SAGE that can identify signs of cognitive impairment, which allows physicians to detect Alzheimer’s at its earliest stages and provide preventative treatments. Currently, there is no cure for Alzheimer’s, but early detection and treatment are key to sustaining brain function and quality of life.

Find out more about this simple and effective test in the video.

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