While the thought of finding out if you’re going to get Alzheimer’s can feel incredibly scary, it’s actually the single most important thing you can
Alzheimer’s is a global health concern. In 2018 Alzheimer’s became the number one killer of Australian women and it’s estimated that 131.5 million people will be living with dementia by 2050. iDNA Health will give you a clear and precise explanation of the impact of your genetic risk factors.
It’s never too early to start looking after your brain and in fact, the earlier you start the better. iDNA Health have been reporting on genetic risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease for many years and offer the most comprehensive diagnostic testing available.
It is time to change our thinking about Alzheimer’s. We need to move our attention away from the end result, a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and begin to focus on how we can support and assess our brain health and cognitive function, long before we have any sign of memory loss.
An opportunity not to be missed. World-leading Alzheimer’s disease researcher Professor Ralph Martins will be presenting the latest information on Alzheimer’s disease. It is now possible to be proactive and take control!
iDNA Health can screen for the genes associated with increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s. We can then use your genetic data to identify your most important dietary and lifestyle interventions.