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Scientists look to heart disease and stroke-related disorders for clues to preventing and treating Alzheimer's

Scientists look to heart disease and stroke-related disorders for clues to preventing and treating Alzheimer's
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January 13, 2015
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Scientists look to heart disease and stroke-related disorders for clues to preventing and treating Alzheimer's

Recommendations by a group of scientists to bolster research on how Alzheimer's disease and vascular conditions progress together and influence each other are available online today, in advance of publication, by Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association. The authors hope this research agenda, if executed, will uncover new clues for effectively treating or preventing dementia.

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