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Researchers See Decline in Dementia, Offering Optimism

  • Aired: 07/17/2013
  • 06:54
  • Rating: NR
Two European studies show a significant decline in dementia and severe memory loss among healthier and better educated populations. Can successive generations continue to encourage this downward trend? Gwen Ifill talks to Dr. Murali Doraiswamy, a practicing physician and professor at Duke University School of Medicine.
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