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The earlier we can catch the signs of Alzheimer's, the earlier we can do something about it, and new research has spotted a series of biomarkers in the body that can flag up Alzheimer's more than 30 years before the recognisable symptoms appear.The earlier we can catch the signs of Alzheimer's, the earlier we can do something about it, and new research has spotted a series of biomarkers in the body that can flag up Alzheimer's more than 30 years before the recognisable symptoms appear.

Alzheimer's Changes Can Lie Hidden For 30 Years Before Symptoms Appear, Study Reveals

New research from Johns Hopkins University has identified a variety of biomarkers that can be used to predict the onset of Alzheimer’s years before symptoms appear. The study presents nine measures that can signal the onset of the disease up to 30 years before cognitive decline becomes apparent.New research from Johns Hopkins University has identified a variety of biomarkers that can be used to predict the onset of Alzheimer’s years before symptoms appear. The study presents nine measures that can signal the onset of the disease up to 30 years before cognitive decline becomes apparent.

Biomarker study detects onset of Alzheimer’s up to 30 years before symptoms appear

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