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New memory loss research is presented by Dr. David Samadi, leading prostate cancer expert. A recent study found that men are more likely to experience memory loss earlier than women, in the form of mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Dr. Samadi explains that dementia is not a specific disease, but rather a spectrum of disorders that affect the brain. Alzheimer's, one of these disorders, may eventually be detected through a blood test being explored by researchers in Spain. MCI, which may indicate the potential to progress to Alzheimer's, includes symptoms such as forgetting names, losing track of conversations, and other memory issues. Men's symptoms tend to appear earlier in life; women's symptoms appear later but are more severe.

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