Dr Naji Tabet from Brighton & Sussex Medical School is leading a three-month study that may lead to vital early treatment for Alzheimer's disease.
With 21 September marking World Alzheimer’s Day, Dr Tabet’s timely study uses an AI-backed technology platform called Cognetivity to provide patients with cognitive tests much more quickly and easily, while also providing doctors with rapid analysis of the results.
The Cognetivity platform crucially allows patients to take tests in their own time at home to pick up early signs of dementia. By making diagnosis simpler and quicker, it can enable patients to access vital treatment earlier than ever before.
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