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What is the at-home SAGE Test for Alzheimer's prevention?

The at-home SAGE test is a way to check your brain function and cognitive abilities from the comfort of home. Watch neurologist Richard Isaacson, MD, explains how the test works, what it tests for, how long it takes, and what to do with the results.

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