Researchers working on blood test to identify signs of Alzheimer's

The test would be for patients older than 50 and would detect changes in the blood linked to a protein buildup found in the brains of Alzheimer's patients.
0:13 | 08/01/19

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Researchers are working on a blood test to detect possible signs of alzheimer's scientists are looking for changes in the blood leaked to a protein buildup in the brain. They believe the test is up to 94% accurate but they do say will be some time before that test is available.

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