Is Alzheimer’s a Medically Transmittable Disease? The Debate Continues

Is Alzheimer’s a Medically Transmittable Disease? The Debate Continues
In September 2015, a study published in the journal Nature significantly stirred the scientific community and made people around the world understandably alarmed. The research suggested that Alzheimer’s disease might be transmittable through injections of the disease-driving protein amyloid-β. Researchers all over the world now race to further investigate these claims, but meanwhile, the debate rages on. A feature,

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