Alzheimer's May Progress Differently in Women, Men, Medical University of South Carolina Study
Published: Nov 27, 2012
Alzheimer's disease may look and act differently in men and women, new research suggests. An emerging field known as gender-specific medicine has shown pronounced differences among the sexes in terms of heart disease and other conditions. These latest findings -- if confirmed by further research -- may have significant implications for diagnosing and treating Alzheimer's among the sexes.