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Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease Using Spinal Fluid? (NHS Choices / Cell Reports)

Summary A recent diagnostic study has investigated the possibility of diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease, years before disease onset, using cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). The technique for identifying people with Alzheimer’s Disease would be based on detecting very small amounts of abnormal (misfolded) … Continue reading

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Biomarker Assessments in Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical Trials (Quintiles / Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience)

Summary Accurate and sensitive tools are required for the early detection / diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease, particularly to assist research. Alzheimer’s Disease clinical trials make increasing use of biomarkers, particularly neuroimaging markers and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) biomarkers obtained via invasive … Continue reading

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Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Gene Studied in Young Adults (NHS Choices / Lancet Neurology)

Summary This is another critical appraisal from the NHS Choices “Behind the Headlines” service, released during 2012, on elderly care and dementia-related topics appearing in the news. Full Text Link (a) Reference Early-Onset Alzheimer’s gene explored in teens. London: NHS … Continue reading

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