Hong Kong scientists hope to create cheaper, more effective method for detecting Alzheimer’s

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is developing a new and cheaper screening method to detect Alzheimer’s disease through blood and eye imaging that could be more accessible for elderly sufferers in Hong Kong. Scientists behind the study are …
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