Being Patient spoke with Dr. Peter Snyder about his research into retinal scanning technology that may be able to identify markers of Alzheimer’s disease, potentially allowing detection as early as twenty years before symptoms begin to show.
A New Eye Test May Allow Early Detection of Alzheimer’s: Dr. Peter Snyder
By Being Patient | January 23rd, 2020
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I would be willing to help with starting a fund for creating clinical trials of retina scans for Alzheimer’s disease in the Charlottesville, Virginia area.