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Alzheimer’s May Begin 20 Years Before Symptoms Appear

The two decade mark is the earliest that scientists have placed the beginnings of the disease. The good news is that gives doctors a long window of time in which to slow down or reverse the condition

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Dr. Barry Sears

This was known decades ago from the Honolulu Heart Study.  Those with higher levels of C-reactive protein were much more likely to develop Alzheimer’s 25 years later.

 

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