I've got one scheduled in June.
Actually, there is no hard evidence that scientists or doctors have to prove if one has Alzheimer's Disease. Only in an autopsy of the brain can they verify the exact disease to confirm. Doctors use cognitative tests to rule out other things, thereby coming to the conclusion of Alzheimer's by process of elimination. Hope that this helps.
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