Blood test to possibly diagnose Alzheimer’s before visible symptoms

Many nursing home residents suffer from Alzheimer’s, a devastating disease. A new study released on Monday showed hope in diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease before age-related symptoms become visible. Researchers at King’s College in London presented research that suggests a blood test may be able to predict the onset of Alzheimer’s by levels of two types of protein found in the blood. The Alzheimer’s patients who were tested had higher levels of these types of protein in their blood than those who did not have the disease.
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