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However, despite the different approaches in Europe, it becomes clear that legal provisions relating to the rights of people with dementia are often lagging somewhat behind public attitudes, which have changed substantially over time. Disclosure of the diagnosis of AD Informing the sufferer: attitudes and practice In the course of the last decade, awareness of dementia, particularly AD, has increased considerably. Diagnostic procedures have been developed which have resulted in the possibility of detecting the disease at a much earlier stage.
Disclosure of the diagnosis of AD Informing the sufferer: attitudes and practice In the course of the last decade, awareness of dementia, particularly AD, has increased considerably. Diagnostic procedures have been developed which have resulted in the possibility of detecting the disease at a much earlier stage. This, combined with recent advances in symptomatic treatments, results in individuals being more likely to be diagnosed as having AD or another form of dementia at a time when they are still able to benefit - in the early to mid-stage of the disease.
Consequently, although general practitioners are free to prescribe any available drug, they may be influenced in the extent that they prescribe it and some patients may have to pay more to obtain it. 27 Some drugs, such as Aricept and Exelon (which are used in the treatment of AD in the early to mid-stages), have been approved by the European Commission for all countries in Europe, although they are not yet available in some. A questionnaire sent to different Alzheimer's associations in Europe at the beginning of 1998 revealed that three drugs, Cognex, Aricept and Exelon, were available in only four countries (Finland, France, Germany and Sweden), five countries had two of these drugs and seven had only one.