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Difference Between Alzheimer's vs Dementia: Everything You Should Know Intro Alzheimer’s and dementia are commonly confused as the same condition however, they are biologically different. Alzheimer’s is a disease but dementia is a set of symptoms. In other words, Alzheimer’s is always a form of dementia, but dementia is not always a form of Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s is, however, the most common form of dementia. Although they are biologically different, both conditions share many of the same symptoms, such as a decline in thought processing ability, memory and ability to communicate.
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