A team of researchers at the Royal Melbourne Hospital have discovered a simple blood test could help thousands of Australians get an early diagnosis of dementia.

People generally consider dementia to be an older person's disease, but nearly 30,000 Australians who have the condition developed it before they were 65. This ABC News report explores a discovery by researchers at the RMH that could give hope to thousands of Australians through early diagnosis.

ABC News: The blood test that could help thousands get an early diagnosis of dementia

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