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Alzheimer’s can be predicted three years in advance with new blood test

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Mar
2014

All it takes to predict an individuals likelihood of developing Alzheimers disease within the next two to three years is a blood test, according to a study published yesterday in Nature Medicine. The test, New Scientist reports, detects the concentrations of 10 chemicals that are associated with the disease — and the resulting diagnosis is 96 percent accurate.

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