Are infections seeding some cases of Alzheimer’s disease?

The most widespread theory is that a type of plaque builds up in the brain to cause Alzheimer’s, but no treatments to remove the plaque have shown good outcomes fighting the disease. Maybe the plaque is an immune response to infection. “A fringe theory links microbes in the brain with the onset of dementia. Now, researchers are taking it seriously.” learn more

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