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  1. Birgit says:

    The person with Alzheimer's will eventually become angry (appear just old and will become extremely agitated and as the Alzheimer's Disease progresses In the last stages of illness, people with Alzheimer's disease are often unable to

  2. Susie says:

    Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive fatal illness that causes areas of the brain to shrink.It starts with memory loss and other cognitive deficits, advancing to major personality changes, eventual loss of control over bodily functions.Early-stage:Mild Memory loss or other cognitive deficits are noticeable, yet the person can compensate for them and continue to function independently. Mid-stage:Moderate Mental abilities decline, the personality changes, and physical problems develop so that the person becomes more and more dependent on caregivers. Late-stage:Severe to complete deterioration of the personality and loss of control over bodily functions requires total dependence on others for even the most basic activities of daily living.The end result of Alzheimers is death, whether caused by the inability of the brain to keep the body going, or by another disease or injury along the way.How long it takes: People vary in the length of time spent in each stage and in which symptoms appear. However, the progression is always toward a worsening of symptoms that reflect more and more brain decay and increasing dependence on caregivers. I would suggest that you refer to the link below for detailed and professional information:http://www.helpguide.org/elder/alzheimers_disease_symptoms_stages.htm

  3. Sydney says:

    In regards to skin cancer, melanoma, to be exact.. how long does it take? Now obviously I realize this to progress to advanced stages will differ depending on the person and t

  4. Nenita says:

    There are seven stages of Alzheimer’s disease. The first stage is no decline. The second stage is very mild cognitive decline. The third stage is mild cognitive decline. The fourth stage is mild Alzheimer’s. The fifth stage is moderate Alzh… More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_are_the_7_stages_of_alzheimer

  5. Trinh says:

    There is seven stages in alzheimer, Stage 1 is No Impairment no memory problem, Stage 2 Very mild decline may feel they have memory loss or lapses, Mild decline decrease ability to remember names, losing or misplacing objects, Stage 4 Moder… More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_are_the_stages_of_alzheimer

  6. Alva says:

    Alzheimer’s stages — common behaviors as the disease progresses. From MayoClinic.com Alzheimer’s disease typically develops slowly and gradually gets worse over the course of several years. As it progresses it eventually affects most areas … More:http://health.msn.com/health-topics/alzheimers-disease/articlepage.aspx?cp-documentid=100142204

  7. Krystina says:

    Jul 8, 2010 Alzheimer’s stages — common behaviors as the disease progresses. and other useful information that will help you manage your health. are common in each of the stages as the disease progresses. They often lose the ability to recognize their own belongings and may inadvertently take things that

  8. Corina says:

    Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, lewd body dementia and frontotemporal A person in the early stages of dementia will start misplacing objects or forgetting a recent How Long Does It Take to Get US Citizenship After Application? Detail:http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4674237_dementia-progress.html

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