Dementia is a symptom, and Alzheimer's disease is the cause of the symptoms...Alzheimer's Reading Room
What is the Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia?
In a nutshell, dementia is a symptom, and Alzheimer's disease is the cause of the symptom. When someone is told they have dementia, it means that they have significant memory problems as well as other cognitive difficulties, and that these problems are severe enough to get in the way of daily living.
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