A new method of detecting Alzheimer's is on the horizon.
Whenever I hear about new methods of detecting and treating Alzheimer's, I share it with my readers. I recently came across this news.
Princeton University researchers report in the Journal of Biological Chemistry that they discovered an organic compound that prevented the formation of protein clumps, or aggregates, found on human brain cells afflicted by Alzheimer's disease.
An efficient, high-volume technique for testing potential drug treatments for Alzheimer's disease uncovered an organic compound that restored motor function and longevity to fruit flies with the disease, according to new research that could help put the search for an effective Alzheimer's drug on a faster track.
The testing could help us identify Alzheimer's early for treatment puposes.