Standing in the Gap: The Primary Care Physician and Alzheimer’s Disease (Scientific Article: Special Issue) (Disease/Disorder Overview)

Standing in the Gap: The Primary Care Physician and Alzheimer's Disease (Scientific Article: Special Issue) (Disease/Disorder Overview)

Introduction An astonishing volume of material has been published about Alzheimer’s disease in recent years. Typing the word “Alzheimer’s” into Google will reward you with 13,600,000 “results” in 0.15 seconds, and a PubMed search of the same instantly yields over 55,000 journal articles. Yet, primary care physicians (PCPs) who regularly see patients with Alzheimer’s and related dementias know that huge gaps exist in our knowledge and our ability to provide optimal care.

Standing in the Gap: The Primary Care Physician and Alzheimer's Disease (Scientific Article: Special Issue) (Disease/Disorder Overview)

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