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Cambridge Cognition Ltd Finds Women Have Better Memories Than Men And The Earlier You Leave School, The Poorer Your Memory Will Be Through Life


7/14/2010 9:50:18 AM

CAMBRIDGE, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Cambridge Cognition, provider of CANTAB®, the world’s leading neuropsychological tests developed by professors at the University of Cambridge, has today published preliminary data in collaboration with Cambridge University, at the ICAD conference in Hawaii that demonstrates a clear link between factors such as sex and education level and memory function. These important findings may help scientists to further understand the causes of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other dementias and potentially to detect the earliest signs of dementia more accurately.

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