Stanford Studies Advance Knowledge on Alzheimer’s Functioning

Stanford Studies Advance Knowledge on Alzheimer’s Functioning
shutterstock_160048451Even though Alzheimer's disease is typically only diagnosed in the elderly population, the disease is already present in the brain long before symptoms become visible. Researchers at University of Stanford believe they have found a few promising signs that indicate the early presence of the disease in patients as a result of observing the development of symptoms. Dr. Carla Shatz of Stanford studied a molecule that she thinks may advance early Alzheimer's diagnosis.
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