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What complications related to Alzheimer's can prove fatal?

Accidents or falls caused by disorientation, a lack of balance, or wandering off are common with Alzheimer's patients. These could cause death, or lead to other complications, such as surgery.

Although Alzheimer's is always fatal, the most common cause of death for people with Alzheimer's stems from some other acquired infection.

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