New technology diagnoses Alzheimer’s disease in living patients


More than 110,000 Tennesseans have Alzheimer’s disease. And, according to the Centers for Disease Control, the number of Alzheimer’s deaths in the Volunteer State has more than doubled since 1999. But modern medicine is helping doctors get in front of the mind-robbing disease. Doctors can now actually see signs of Alzheimer’s through special PET scans years before a patient develops severe symptoms. Click here for full story.