New Blood Test Predicts Alzheimer’sM.M. Sullivan
Treatment for Alzheimer’s patients has not been successful up to this point — there is no cure for the disease. However, researchers at Georgetown University now believe that modern treatments might be effective for people who haven’t yet developed the disease, but who will in the next several years. In order to test this hypothesis, the researchers developed a brand new way to test for circulating molecules in the blood of cognitively healthy individuals to see if they could determine which patients would likely be affected by cognitive impairment in the near future.
Learn more about the exciting study in the video.