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As life expectancy of people with Down syndrome (DS) has markedly increased over the
past decades, older adults with DS are most likely experiencing higher incidence of
aging conditions. In addition to longevity, individuals with DS are at a high risk
of developing Alzheimer’s disease due to the amyloid precursor protein gene located
on chromosome 21. Yet, few studies have determined prevalence of dementia and comorbidities
among older DS people. The objective of the present study was to investigate older
DS individuals in order to determine prevalence of dementia and aging-related comorbidities.
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