Study of the Week: A Device That Can Detect Alzheimer’s 17 Years Before Symptoms Start
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Study of the Week: A Device That Can Detect Alzheimer’s 17 Years Before Symptoms Start

Welcome to Study of the Week from Patient Worthy. In this segment, we select a study we posted about from the previous week that we think is of particular interest…

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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…

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

A recent article in SciTechDaily explains that the many failures of newly created Alzheimer’s drugs are the result of clinical plaque tests that do not identify the disease in its…

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Study Suggests a Connection Between Digestive Disorders and AD
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Alzheimer’s Disease: Study Suggests a Connection Between Digestive Disorders and AD

  The gut-brain axis has recently been mentioned in connection with various disorders. According to an article in SciTechDaily, a study at ECU’s Centre for Precision Health confirms a genetic…

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Alzheimer’s: German and UK Scientists Successfully Reduced Alzheimer’s Symptoms in Laboratory Animals

  Eureka Alert recently published a statement by a team of researchers that early results of a new method of treating Alzheimer’s have been “absolutely spectacular.” The new antibody-based therapy…

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Alzheimer’s: A 50-year-old FDA Approved Diuretic Restored Normal Brain Activity in Mice; Will It Work On Humans?
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Alzheimer’s: A 50-year-old FDA Approved Diuretic Restored Normal Brain Activity in Mice; Will It Work On Humans?

  When you are looking for new treatments that will either stop or slow the development of Alzheimer’s disease, where would you look? According to a recent article in Gladstone…

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 Scientists Announce Breakthrough Discovery for Alzheimer’s and Other Neurological Diseases
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 Scientists Announce Breakthrough Discovery for Alzheimer’s and Other Neurological Diseases

   The Times Now News recently featured an article that highlighted a study by a group of NYU Langone scientists. The study paper was published October 6th, 2021 in the…

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Another Step Forward in Alzheimer’s: AI Can Now Predict Its Possible Onset With 99% Accuracy
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Another Step Forward in Alzheimer’s: AI Can Now Predict Its Possible Onset With 99% Accuracy

According to a recent article in Science Daily, the WHO lists Alzheimer’s disease as the cause of dementia in approximately seventy percent of cases worldwide or a total of twenty-four…

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