Clues to Alzheimer's Seen In Babies' Brains, Brown University Study

Published: Nov 26, 2013

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People who are genetically predisposed to Alzheimer's disease may have differences in their brains that can be detected as early as infancy, a new study suggests. Researchers scanned the brains of 162 healthy babies, including 60 who had inherited a gene called APOE-e4, which increases the risk of developing Alzheimer's after age 65.

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