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28 Nov Alzheimer’s Condition: Overview and Existing Analysis



Allan Levey, MD, PhD, professor and chair of the Department of Neurology at the School of Medicine and director of Emory’s Alzheimer’s Condition Analysis Centre, talks about the hottest research on this crippling sickness (April 23, 2013).

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  • STHFGDBY
    Posted at 11:57h, 28 November

    On my Irish news channel today, 19 Sept 2015……. '' Scientists at Trinity College Dublin say they have made a major breakthrough with regard to a fundamental mechanism underlying the development of Alzheimer's disease, which could lead to a new form of therapy for those living with the condition. The research, published this week in the international Science Advances journal, was supported by Science Foundation Ireland ( SFI) and the US based charity Brightfocus Foundation..''

  • Lee A
    Posted at 11:57h, 28 November

    Look at the TOMM 40 gene to see why some with the APO E3 gene get Alzheimer's (possibly). Still, there are people without the APO E4 allele who get the disease. So why? There are people with the APO E4 gene who don't get Alzheimer's. Why not?This illustrates how little we know about this disease. There are multiple factors that contribute to this disease. Live healthy to decrease your risk.

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