As Part of Broad Effort Aimed at Dementia, UK Launches $27M Research Project | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The Medical Research Council on Thursday announced a £16 million ($27 million) research project into dementia that includes the development of new biomarkers for identifying those at risk for developing the condition and patients who may be candidates for new drug trials.

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