Alzheimer’s Disease Detected With Blood Test


Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating illness. Those who suffer from it, slowly start to lose themselves and there’s not much that can be done. Unfortunately, this is a disease that is becoming more common, affecting more and more people around the world. It’s estimated that more than 40 million people worldwide suffer from Alzheimer’s.

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In this video shared by TEDx Talks, Dr. Lesley Cheng talks about the disease that “takes away your memory and your ability to think.” Working in molecular science, Cheng has been doing research for degenerative diseases and several other health conditions, focusing on personalized medicine. In this video, Cheng shares some thoughts on Alzheimer’s disease, how science and research has been moving towards finding a cure and developing new treatment options, as well as diagnosis techniques, such as a simple blood test.

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  1. Joan Silvers says:

    I’m with the rest of you! (I diagnosed myself through Ancestry). It seems difficult in my small town to even get diagnosed. IT must be tricky.

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