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'Screen over-75s for dementia'

A leading health charity says the NHS should screen people for dementia when they reach 75. Fewer than half of those with the condition receive a diagnosis. But critics say the checks proposed would not be reliable, and could cause unnecessary worry. Our health correspondent, Adam Brimelow reports.

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