Their brains had the telltale signs of Alzheimer’s. So why did they still have nimble minds?

(By Sharon Begley for STAT)

The defective proteins that are widely thought to kill brain neurons and cause, or at least indicate, Alzheimer’s disease1 do not always have that calamitous result, scientists reported on Monday, raising more doubts about conventional approaches to diagnosing and finding treatments2 for Alzheimer’s. Continue reading article here…

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