Regulators in the U.S. and Europe have certified a mass-spectrometry-based blood test for amyloid-β. Plasma phospho-tau markers are poised to come next.
In a retrospective study, people with vitiligo had 12 times the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease than did healthy controls. Why is that?
After missing primary endpoints in Alzheimer’s trials, this p38 MAPKa inhibitor gained some traction in a test in people with DLB.
Remote assessments on a smartphone closely matched tests taken in the clinic. They also may detect slip-ups in learning—an earlier cognitive deficit that arises in preclinical AD.
While the FDA weighs aducanumab’s marketing license application, Alzheimer’s researchers agree that the agency’s own statistician correctly assessed the data as weak. Most prefer that one more trial be done.