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Patterns in the Development of Alzheimer’s Disease? (NHS Choices / Science Advances)

Summary Patterns of gene activity (gene expression) in specific areas of the brain may help explain why Alzheimer’s Disease tends to start in certain regions before spreading further through the brain. “ …those regions of the brain in which tissues … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Disease Contractable Via Brain Surgery? (NHS Choices / Swiss Medical Weekly)

Summary Further evidence points to a theoretical risk of Alzheimer’s Disease being potentially transmissible during surgical procedures, in the manner of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). Full Text Link Reference New clues that Alzheimer’s may have been spread during surgery. London: NHS … Continue reading

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Potential Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease Transmission (BBC News / NHS Choices / Nature / MRC)

Summary There may be a theoretical risk of Alzheimer’s Disease being transmissible during surgical procedures, in the manner of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). This hypothesis has arisen as a result of the examination of the brains of eight patients who had … Continue reading

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