Your best source of information is your doctor. If you are concerned about your risk factors or believe you may be developing early symptoms, schedule an appointment with him or her. Be sure to write down your questions and bring them with you. It's also good to bring a family member or friend to help you remember what the doctor says. If you need to find a physician, you can use our find-a-doc feature here.
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