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What do I do with the results of my SAGE Test for Alzheimer's prevention?

Once you've taken the SAGE Test at home, you bring it to your physician for review. Watch neurologist Richard Isaacson, MD, explain how often you should take the test, and why you may need to bring your results to a specialist for interpretation.

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