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Tell us: would you take a test for possible dementia?

·1-min read
<span>Photograph: Victoria Jones/PA</span>
Photograph: Victoria Jones/PA

The UK company Cognetivity Neurosciences has announced it is beginning NHS trials of a new five-minute test to detect a patient’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The firm claims that the Integrated Cognitive Assessment (ICA) will assess the brain’s processing speed in order to predict your risk of developing Alzheimer’s in up to 15 years’ time.

We would like to hear your views on the new test. Given there is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s, would you take the test, and why?

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