The dominantly inherited form of the Alzheimer’s disease is rare and is caused by a mutation in one of three genes, reports Maclean’s magazine.

This form of the disease usually hits people at around the same time as it did their parents, adds Maclean’s, which recently profiled a 38-year-old man who’s struggling with dominantly inherited Alzheimer’s. For more, read the full story.

And, for more on helping clients with health concerns, read the following stories.

Help single, aging clients

Help your clients deal with Alzheimer’s

Get help managing the funds of minors, disabled clients

The important of advance care planning

Does your client need an updated estate plan?

Prepare for client incapacity

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