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Antipsychotics Linked to Increased Deaths in Alzheimer’s Part 1

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Patients with dementia eventually develop a range of mood problems ranging from anxiety, depression, panic disorders, confusion, paranoia and agitation. While most of these mood disorders can be managed with supportive care or behavior therapy, a large number of these patients require anti psychotic medications.

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