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Is it really possible to have Alzheimer’s yet no symptoms?

By Michael Hornberger, Professor of Applied Dementia Research, University of East Anglia
Some people seem to be more resilient to developing Alzheimer’s diseases, despite having the biological hallmarks of the devastating disease. For obvious reasons, scientists are very interested in studying this special group of people.

Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is thought to start because of a build-up of two proteins in the brain: amyloid and tau. Once these proteins accumulate, for yet-to-be-determined…The Conversation

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