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Lab-equipment-10014144It used to be rare that people with Down syndrome lived to be old enough to exhibit symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Today, with the advantage of better medical care, many people with Down syndrome now live into their 60s. At this age, the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease are most likely apparent. 

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