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The Biomarkers Which Could be Used to Spot Alzheimer’s Earlier

Video   Sep 25, 2018 | by Soph's Notes, LabTube

 

By the time someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, irreversible damage has already been done to the brain.

In this video, Sophie discusses 'biomarkers', which could be used to spot Alzheimer's in its early stages. From imaging methods, to chemical analysis, to current research that's going on right now.

For more videos, check out my YouTube channel- www.youtube.com/sophsnotes 


 
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