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New model more effective in predicting Alzheimer’s

January 11, 2021

From the Medical News Today website

Scientists at Lund University in Sweden have developed a new model for predicting Alzheimer’s disease in people presenting with mild cognitive impairment.

The model analyzes proteins in blood samples. It is less invasive and less expensive than other prognostic tools and produces equivalent or better predictions.

The authors, who published their paper in the journal Nature Aging, call for further large-scale studies to confirm their findings.

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