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Addressing Risk Factors for Neurocognitive Decline and Alzheimer’s Disease Among African Americans in the Era of Health Disparities

By David L. Mount, Maria Isabel Rego, Alethea Amponsah, Annette Herron, Darin Johnson, Mario Sims, DeMarc Hickson and Sylvia A. Flack

Published: September 6th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/10661

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David L. Mount, Maria Isabel Rego, Alethea Amponsah, Annette Herron, Darin Johnson, Mario Sims, DeMarc Hickson and Sylvia A. Flack (September 6th 2011). Addressing Risk Factors for Neurocognitive Decline and Alzheimer’s Disease Among African Americans in the Era of Health Disparities, The Clinical Spectrum of Alzheimer's Disease, Suzanne De La Monte, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/10661. Available from:

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