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Alzheimer’s Series: Part III: Detection & Prevention

disease can lie dormant in the human brain for 20 years before it attacks. Once it reaches the end stage, the disorder has wreaked irreparable brain damage. Death is inevitable. This explains researchers’ rigorous attempts to prevent Alzheimer’s before it’s too late, according to Dr. Huntington Potter, vice chair of basic research at CU Anschutz […]
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Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com


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