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How to Keep Drivers With Dementia Off the Road

 Don't count on physicians to keep drivers with dementia off the roads, a new study cautions.

In-person license renewal and driver vision testing laws are more effective than mandatory doctor reporting of patients with dementia, researchers found.

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