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Dementia protein changes discovered in terminal childhood disease

In a world-first, researchers at Newcastle University have found that the brains of infants who sadly passed away with an extremely rare genetic condition, Krabbe disease, have similar changes to those seen in two age-related brain diseases, dementia with Lewy bodies and Parkinson’s disease. Alzheimer’s Research UK funded the research that shows alpha-synuclein has the potential to spread throughout the brain. The scientific journal Brain published the findings. Read More

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