Posts Tagged ‘Alzheimer’s predictors’

By On April 15th, 2014

Gene Variant May Be The Cause of Women’s Higher Alzheimer’s Risk

There have been plenty of theories as to why far more women develop Alzheimer’s disease within their life than men, but a new study suggests our previous ideas may be all wrong. It is still unknown exactly what causes Alzheimer’s, however the study from Stanford University researchers indicates a specific gene variant may increase the…


By On September 24th, 2013

Alzheimer’s Biomarkers Are Equally Accurate

Over the past decade numerous biomarkers which could potentially help predict which patients could develop Alzheimer’s disease later in life have been identified. However, these biomarkers are still being tested for reliability and practical implementation. According to a new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis shows that these biomarkers all equally…

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