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A combined group of experts led by Gabor G.

Alzheimer’s can involve combination of proteins from different neurodegenerative diseases Neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s are characterised by the loss of nerve cells and the deposition of proteins in the brain tissue . A combined group of experts led by Gabor G. Kovacs from the Clinical Institute of Neurology at the MedUni Vienna has now demonstrated that Alzheimer’s disease does not just – as previously believed – involve the proteins that are related to Alzheimer’s, but instead a combination can be involved by the health of interacting proteins from different neurodegenerative diseases. As a result, Alzheimer’s shouldn’t be treated in isolation.

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