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Worldwide, ¼ of Alzheimer’s patients conceal or hide their diagnosis to their family members. Most of them for fear of being isolated. This is what emerges from the World Alzheimer Report 2012, released on the occasion of the World Day dedicated to this disease, which has highlighted how stigma and social exclusion are the main obstacles that people with dementia are facing in everyday life. Since a lot of them claim to be prevented or treated differently after the discovery of the disease.