Author | Constantine G. Lyketsos, MD


Depression in Patients With Alzheimer Dementia

November 01, 2006


Alzheimer dementia (AD) represents a profound global health concern. By the year 2050, the prevalence of AD in the United States is expected to reach 15 million. At present, there are 4.5 million cases in the United States, which equals an estimated cost of $100 billion each year in medical and family expenses.

Research in Psychosomatic Medicine: Beginning to Set the Future Agenda

June 01, 2006


A discussion of the current evidence base of psychosomatic medicine in the context of its public health significance and suggestions for the future development of the field.