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See how biomarkers can help diagnose Alzheimer's

Biomarkers are measurable indicators of what’s happening in your body. They can be found in blood, other body fluids, organs, and tissues, and can be used to track healthy processes, disease progression, or even responses to a medication. Biomarkers are an important part of diagnostics for dementia including among adults with Down syndrome. Learn more: go.nia.nih.gov/3BIajlf




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