Early Arrival

Scientists have long been searching for biomarkers for early detection of Alzheimer's disease. Now, new research suggests that such markers might be apparent even earlier than thought.

In a study published this week in The Lancet Neurology, a team of researchers found that biomarkers linked to Alzheimer's were apparent at least 20 years before the onset of symptoms.

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