Expert Q&A

Mind Your Brain

Expert advice from Dr. Keng Lam

As people age, they frequently become concerned about perceived changes in memory and other cognitive functions. They worry, for example, if they forget someone’s name, misplace their car keys, or forget an appointment. Sometimes such incidents are a sign of what is called mild cognitive impairment, which can be a precursor to full-blown dementia or […]

This interview represents the opinions of Dr. Lam and not necessarily those of MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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