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Scientists Aim For Better, Cheaper Tests For Alzheimer’s

Enlarge this image Finding some change in the blood of an Alzheimer’s patient that accurately reflects the damaging changes in the brain has been tough. utah778//iStockphoto/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption utah778//iStockphoto/Getty Images Efforts to develop a treatment that stalls the memory-robbing devastation of Alzheimer’s disease have so far been unsuccessful, but scientists are making strides in another important area: the development of better tests to tell who has the condition. Their aim is to develop more accurate, cheaper, and less invasive tests to detect the biological markers of Alzheimer’s-induced…

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