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A) Alzheimer's clients suffer from sudden cognitive losses; clients with vascular dementia suffer from gradual losses.
B) Alzheimer's clients suffer from global cognitive losses; clients with vascular dementia suffer from selective losses.
C) Alzheimer's clients suffer from selective cognitive losses; clients with vascular dementia suffer from global losses.
D) Alzheimer's clients suffer from sudden cognitive losses; clients with vascular dementia suffer from global cognitive losses.

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