This is an exciting new twist on neurogenesis.
A quick, non-invasive imaging of the back of the eye could spot Alzheimer’s disease before the onset of severe symptoms.
This could lead to a game-changing therapy.
A much needed boost in the research of early-stage Alzheimer’s.
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Yet another damaging effect has been found to stem from the progressive form of dementia.
Human trials for the vaccine formulation will begin after the current pre-clinical studies are completed.
A lump of peanut butter and a ruler are sufficient to confirm an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, even in its early stages, researchers claim. Jennifer Stamps, a graduate student in the McKnight Brain Institute Center for Smell and Taste and the University of Florida came up with the idea of using peanut butter as a testing method, and presented the theory to