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April 02, 2016

Causes of Dementia
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The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that the number of people age 65 and older will almost double in the next 35 years. That increase is expected to be accompanied by a rise in cases of dementia. Geriatrician Dr. Ericka Tung explains what causes dementia and how it's treated. Also on the program, adults aren't the only ones who get kidney cancer; children can get it, too. Pediatric urologist Dr. Candace Granberg discusses kidney cancer in children. And, clinical psychologist and certified sex therapist Dr. Jordan Rullo reviews a new study about flibanserin (ADDYI), a drug used to treat low sex drive in women
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Mayo Clinic Radio: Causes of Dementia
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