Alzheimer’s GeneMatch Aims to Advance Research into Disease Prevention

Alzheimer’s GeneMatch Aims to Advance Research into Disease Prevention
GeneMatch, a novel program developed by the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute (BAI), is now identifying and recruiting people interested in participating in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) research studies who are at risk of developing the disease based on their APOE genetic information. The APOE gene is a genetic factor associated with a higher Alzheimer’s risk and a higher risk of early onset AD.

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