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Blood test finds toxic Alzheimer's proteins
by James Gallagher, Health and Science Correspondent, BBC News
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31 January 2018
On 31 January 2018 BBC News reported:
Scientists in Japan and Australia have developed a blood test that can detect the build-up of toxic proteins linked to Alzheimer's disease. The work, published in the journal Nature, is an important step towards a blood test for dementia. The test was 90 per cent accurate when trialled on healthy people, those with memory loss, and Alzheimer's patients.
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Experts said the approach was at an early stage and needed further testing, but was still very promising.
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