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Blood test for Alzheimer’s detects signs 20 years before memory, thinking falter

October 15, 2020

From the USA Today website

A new blood test detected Alzheimer’s disease as accurately as expensive brain scans or spinal taps, raising the possibility for a new, inexpensive option to diagnose the most common form of dementia, researchers said. 

Researchers at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference on Tuesday presented the results of multiple studies of whether a blood test could distinguish Alzheimer’s disease from other forms of dementia.

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