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Exploring Lewy Body Dementia

VIDEO + ARTICLE: Lewy Body dementia is frequently mistaken for Alzheimer’s. That’s dangerous, as Lewy Body dementia requires different medications and unique caregiving techniques. Explore this common type of dementia.

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Differences in Lewy Body Dementia

EXCELLENT GUIDE ON LEWY BODY DEMENTIA (LBD). Commonly misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, you can prevent devastating results by learning how to spot key differences.

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Diagnosing Lewy Body Dementia is Tricky But Vital

Fifty percent of people with Lewy Body Dementia said they were originally misdiagnosed with a type of dementia such as Alzheimer’s. Find out how LBD is exquisitely sensitive to certain medications, and why an early, accurate diagnosis is critical.

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Lewy Body Dementia: Is It PDD or DLB?

LEWY BODY DEMENTIA is the second most common dementia as well as dementia’s most misdiagnosed type. Yet diagnosing it correctly is crucial for proper treatment. Learn about the 2 types of LBD, as well as types of dementia for which doctors mistake it.

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DIAMOND’s Lewy Body Diagnosis & Treatment Kit

Lewy body dementia receives relatively little attention and few research dollars, and often goes undiagnosed. Learn about a kit to do something about it. Watch Mike Belleville share his long journey of misdiagnosis from Alzheimer’s to Lewy body dementia.

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