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Better support needed for thousands of informal dementia carers

Directly involving the thousands of family members and friends who serve as 'informal carers' for people with dementia in the evaluation of patients' symptoms and behavior could offer improved insights for healthcare professionals and help alleviate feelings of stress, guilt and isolation felt by many who fulfill these duties, a new study has found.
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