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Fig. 1 | Alzheimer's Research & Therapy

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From: Disparities in the participation and adherence of older adults in lifestyle-based multidomain dementia prevention and the motivational role of perceived disease risk and intervention benefits: an observational ancillary study to a randomised controlled trial

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Flowchart. Adherence was defined as the proportion of participants completing ≥ 75% of their assigned interventions (calculated over the entire 3-year follow-up period, regardless of dropout status, except for participants who died or dropped out due to medical reasons, for whom the adherence rate was calculated only until the time of dropout). Adherence could not be calculated for some participants due to missing data (primarily regarding adherence to the omega-3 supplement/placebo). Superscript lowercase letter ‘a’ indicates inclusion visit not planned or not attended; superscript lowercase letter ‘b’ indicates including 8 subjects who did not attend the 3-year visit but who may have continued into the extended follow-up period

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