Elder Care

A new culprit in cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s disease

Scientists have shown for the first time that a blood-clotting protein called fibrinogen is responsible for a series of molecular and cellular events that can destroy connections between neurons in the brain and result in cognitive decline.

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