Harmful Tau Protein Shows Up in One Brain Area, Then Spreads, Study Reports

Harmful Tau Protein Shows Up in One Brain Area, Then Spreads, Study Reports
The harmful tau protein associated with Alzheimer’s appears in one place in the brain, then spreads, rather than showing up in several places independently, new imaging techniques show. This finding suggests that preventing tau from spreading may be a good way of stopping the progression of the disease, a University of Cambridge research team said.

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  1. Virginia Johnson says:

    more support groups for early stage ALZ. we need to talk to each other about all the different feelings and things we are going through. care givers that come can go into a different support group at the same time. some of us don’t have caregivers yet, as we do not need them at this stage.

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