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July 1, 2024
UNSW Sydney

Recent research by Institute members has highlighted significant gender differences in how cognitive resilience factors influence the risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI).

MCI is a condition that affects an individual’s memory and thinking compared to other people their age. In Australia is estimated that those living with MCI is at least twice as common as those living with dementia – however people living with MCI have an increased risk of developing dementia. In addition to ageing, chronic conditions and other lifestyle factors may increase the risk of developing MCI.

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