Peter Whitehouse explains issues with new brain condition’s definition

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Reuters: A new definition of a brain condition called mild cognitive impairment means many people with mild or early Alzheimer’s disease could easily be given a mild cognitive impairment diagnosis instead. “The major issue since the beginning (has been) defining its boundaries,” said Peter Whitehouse, professor of neurology. “Inventing a label like this creates confusion.”