Partnership Yields Alzheimer’s Diagnostic Breakthrough at 2 Canadian Universities

Partnership Yields Alzheimer’s Diagnostic Breakthrough at 2 Canadian Universities
A collaboration between researchers at two universities in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in Canada has resulted in the discovery of an innovative, non-invasive diagnostic agent for Alzheimer’s disease, where before such a definitive diagnosis would have been possible only from a brain autopsy. However, new findings by research teams led by Dr. Ian Pottie, a professor of chemistry and

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