The importance of Communication and Education: Lessons learned from AGREEDementia

Published: December 20, 2022 – DOI:
Authored By:
Allyson C. Rosen, AGREEDementia
When and how to communicate effectively the results of genetic and biomarker based prediction, detection, and quantification of the brain substrates of dementia involve important ethical and legal issues critical for precision medicine. AGREEDementia is an open working group that focuses on informed discussions and development of educational material to support communication and use of this information.
Published in:
Alzheimer’s & Dementia

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