Prevalence of all cause young onset dementia and time lived with dementia: analysis of primary care health records

Numbers of people with young onset dementia have been severely underestimated and prevalence is likely to be much higher than previously thought.  Janet Carter and colleagues report on the findings of their study, which has significant implications for service provision.  There are no routinely published statistics of the current number of people with a diagnosis...

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