Infection by Parasite Could Be Linked to Development of Alzheimer’s, Study Reports

Infection by Parasite Could Be Linked to Development of Alzheimer’s, Study Reports
Researchers have found a connection between an infection with the parasite Toxoplasma gondii and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. The study, “Toxoplasma Modulates Signature Pathways of Human Epilepsy, Neurodegeneration & Cancer,” was published in the journal Nature. One of the major challenges in medicine today is finding a cure for non-contagious diseases that arise from complex interactions between genetic and

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One comment

  1. Tony Hogben says:

    ….I have often wondered about parasites causing this horrible disease which I was diagnosed with in 2007…..I feel like a dog that has had distemper and recovered…
    ….hopefully someone will try something different and research a new area of possibilities…..

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