Education may Protect People with Gene for Familial Early-onset Alzheimer's
1 month ago - By Medindia Health
Even for people who carry the gene for early-onset Alzheimer's disease, more years of education could slow the development of beta-amyloid plaques in the brain linked to the disease.
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