Alzheimer’s-linked Buildup of Amyloid Beta More Common Than Thought, Study Finds

Alzheimer’s-linked Buildup of Amyloid Beta More Common Than Thought, Study Finds
The buildup of amyloid beta plaques in Alzheimer’s disease is believed to result from patients’ inability to break down the protein. But a new study from Lund University, Sweden, showed that overproduction of amyloid beta is more common than previously thought, giving a more nuanced picture of Alzheimer’s pathology. A small number of Alzheimer’s patients overproduce amyloid beta because

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