Stevens Lecture for the Laity: Is dementia inevitable? Free

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Professor Martin Rossor talks about the causes of dementia.

This lecture was filmed at an event called "Stevens lecture for the Laity."

Date of lecture: 21st May 2012

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Length: 00:38:23

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:09:19 - Alzheimer's Disease
00:25:56 - Usual vs Succesful Ageing
00:36:19 - Conclusion
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