Different biological variants discovered in Alzheimer’s disease

Dutch scientists have discovered five biological variants of Alzheimer’s disease, which may require different treatments. As a result, previously tested drugs may incorrectly appear to be ineffective or only minimally effective. This is the conclusion of researcher Betty Tijms and colleagues from Alzheimer Center Amsterdam, Amsterdam UMC and Maastricht University. Their study is published in Nature Aging.

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