Different Alzheimer's disease risks for men, women: Scientists

Researchers said they'd found new biological clues that possibly explain why women are more likely to develop the disease.
0:17 | 07/16/19

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The new study tonight about alzheimer's disease and the different risks for men and women scientists discovering new biological clues. Possibly explaining why women may be more likely than men to develop alzheimer's some researchers say newly identified genes may spread the disease differently in the brains of men and women. We have much more on the study on our web site.

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