Editor’s Choice: A Biomarker for Early Alzheimer’s Detection, A Teen Living with Usher Syndrome, and A Possible Chagas Disease Treatment

Happy Monday!

This week, we have details on a method for detecting Alzheimer’s 17 years in advance, the story of a teen living with Usher syndrome, and a possible breakthrough in treating Chagas disease.


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A Biomarker That Detects Alzheimer’s Disease Seventeen Years Before Outward Symptoms Appear

A device was able to use a biomarker to predict Alzheimer’s disease 17 years ahead of the onset of symptoms.




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A Teenager’s Life With Usher Syndrome, a Rare Disease

Don’t miss this story about how a teenager has had to adapt to living with Usher syndrome, a rare disorder that causes blindness and deafness.



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Could Researchers Have Discovered a Chagas Disease Treatment?

A new therapy for Chagas disease, a rare infectious illness, may soon be on the horizon.




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