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Alzheimer’s disease patient groups derived from a multivariate analysis of cognitive test outcomes in the Coalition Against Major Diseases dataset

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, accounting for 60–80% of all cases [1]. It is currently considered incurable and it eventually leads to death. The progression of this disease is mostly one-directional with the average survival times after diagnosis lying around 7 years [2], and the probability of living longer than 14 years is smaller than 3% [3].
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