EOADEarly-Onset Alzheimer Disease
EOADEnseignement Ouvert et a Distance (French: Open and Distance Learning)
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Sarns, a long-time board member of the Michigan Great Lakes Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, was introduced to Richardson this fall by another NuStep ambassador, Nikki Dodson, whose husband, Ken, has EOAD.
EOAD starts before age 60-65 years and makes up less than 5% of all AD cases.
Testing can identify a mutation in only 40%-80% of EOAD cases and is most likely to be useful when three or more first-degree relatives have AD and at least one of them is early onset.