The BBC has a story about an ongoing study that is "believed to be the largest study yet of genes which cause Alzheimer's disease." Headed up by researchers at Cardiff University, the project was funded by the Wellcome Trust and aims to perform a genome-wide assocation study across DNA samples from 14,000 people in the US and UK, according to the story.

 

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