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Living with Dementia


Penn study confirms no transmission of Alzheimer’s proteins between humans

Mounting evidence demonstrates that the pathological proteins linked to the onset and progression of neurodegenerative disorders are capable of spreading from cell-to-cell within the brains of affected individuals and thereby “spread” disease from one interconnected brain region to another. A new study found no evidence to support concerns that these abnormal disease proteins are… Penn study confirms no transmission of Alzheimer’s proteins between humans   

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