Would doctors routinely asking older patients about their memory improve dementia outcomes? No

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Abstract

The UK government is planning to introduce incentives for general practitioners to check for dementia in all patients aged 75 and older. Jill Rasmussen(doi:10.1136/bmj.f1780) says that it will allow earlier support for patients with dementia, but Margaret McCartney says that industry has more to gain than patients

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