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German Families with Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer’s Disease Meet for the First Time

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Nobody knew each other’s name. Even so, 60 people who either were at risk of having an autosomal-dominant Alzheimer’s mutation, or were accompanying someone who was, exchanged information about a shared problem. There were moments of validation—“Denial has divided my family, too!”—and apprehensive questions—“Do you want to know if you have it?”

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