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Changes in Cerebrospinal Fluid May Signal Early Alzheimer’s

Searching for a better screen for early Alzheimer’s disease, researchers think they have found a marker of change in the brain that precedes the onset of the disease by five to 10 years.

The indicator of trouble to come, they say, is a shift in the levels of specific components of the cerebrospinal fluid… Changes in Cerebrospinal Fluid May Signal Early Alzheimer’s   

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