In Early Alzheimer’s Disease, Impaired Blood-Brain Barrier May Lead to Cognitive Decline, Researchers Say

In Early Alzheimer’s Disease, Impaired Blood-Brain Barrier May Lead to Cognitive Decline, Researchers Say
Researchers at the Maastricht University Medical Center have investigated how the permeability of the blood-brain barrier (BBB) is involved in early forms of Alzheimer disease. The findings suggest that a faulty BBB may be involved in the initial pathologic process that eventually results in neurodegeneration and dementia in these patients. Researchers believe that detecting blood-brain barrier

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