New Gene Could Help Diagnose Alzheimer's Disease


By Molly Grady

A team of researchers from around the world has discovered a gene that nearly triples the risk of Alzehiemer's Disease.

Doctors don't know why the gene, called trem-2, increases the chance of getting the disease, but the finding could one day lead to a test that identifies people at risk.

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