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Rare gene variants double risk for Alzheimer's disease

A team of researchers has identified variations in a gene that double a person?s risk of developing Alzheimer?s disease later in life. The newly identified variations occur rarely in the population, making them hard for researchers to identify. But they?re important because individuals who carry them are at substantially increased risk.
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