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Human trials are scheduled for a new eye technology that researchers say could detect Alzheimer's before symptoms appear.
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Human clinical trials are set to start in July in Minnesota
July 12, 2016
University of Minnesota (UMN) scientists and associates have developed new technology that can detect signs of Alzheimer’s before the onset of symptoms — early enough to give drugs a chance to work — in mice and humans by simply examining the back of their eyes.
Looking at Alzheimer’s effects through the eye is a key advantage of the new technology. “The retina of the eye is not just ‘connected’… read more