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The Coming Alzheimer's Disease Healthcare Revolution: US Physician and Adult Perspectives on the Future of Diagnostics and Treatment

A  new report from Quest Diagnostics, reveals physician and US adult perspectives on the current and future landscape of dementia and Alzheimer's disease (AD) evaluation, testing, treatment and care. Findings highlight the important role diagnostics may play in the next era of AD.

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Assessing Alzheimer's risk starts with a single blood test

Introducing QUEST AD-DetectTM Amyloid Beta 42/40 ratio. Analytically validated and less invasive,2 this testing solution can help evaluate patients, inform potential treatment decisions and monitor patients over time.

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Leading the conversation around Alzheimer's research and the latest testing innovations

Hear from Dr Stephen Salloway and Dr Michael Racke as they discuss the current opportunities and challenges in diagnosing Alzheimer's Disease, the emerging role of blood-based biomarkers in AD screening and monitoring, and new diagnostic pathways.
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Enhancing diagnostic specificity with the help of Phospho-Tau biomarkers

Alzheimer's can be difficult to diagnose. ADmark® Phospho-Tau/Total Tau/Aβ42 Analysis and Interpretation, includes a set of 3 biomarkers that differentiates Alzheimer's disease (AD) from other forms of dementia.3
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Offering one of the most comprehensive neurological testing portfolios in the industry

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1. Quest Advanced Neurology. The Coming Alzheimer's Disease Healthcare Revolution: U.S. Physician and Adult Perspectives on the Future of Diagnostics and Treatment (2022)

2. Data on file. Quest Diagnostics; 2022.

3. Hampel H, Buerger K, Zinkowski R, et al. Measurement of phosphorylated tau epitopes in the differential diagnosis of Alzheimer disease. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2004;61(1):95-102. doi:10.1001/ archpsyc.61.1.95 Image content features a model and is intended for illustrative purposes only

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