Early Detection Tests That Are Reasonable Are Being Developed For Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted by cheryl - February 5th, 2015

Finding An Easy, Low-Cost Test For Alzheimers Disease
Written by Cheryl Freier writer of historical novels and writer and illustrator of children’s storybooks
There are studies being done on monkeys at Emory University that could prove to be most useful in the early detection of alzheimer’s disease. Because people with diagnosed alzheimer’s disease cannot clearly distinguish between a picture that is new with a picture that they have already seen, Dr. Stuart Zola of the University is conducting studies of memory and learning on monkeys. Many of the research results do hold true for adults with the disease. This test is called the Neurotrack and it does not require any knowledge of language or motor skills.
These studies may prove to be useful in the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease. Cheryl Freier is the author of a new novel which is now presented to the public. Read Cheryl Freier’s Echoes Resounding From The Past: Hidden Truth Poems. Visit her website at www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com.


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