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One-two punch from pair of common viruses may trigger Alzheimer’s disease

A fascinating new collaborative study has found two common viruses may be working in tandem to trigger the earliest stages of Alzheimer’s disease. The findings build on a growing body of evidence implicating the herpes virus in neurodegenerative disease.

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One-two punch from pair of common viruses may trigger Alzheimer’s disease
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    One-two punch from pair of common viruses may trigger Alzheimer’s disease

    One-two punch from pair of common viruses may trigger Alzheimer’s disease

    A fascinating new collaborative study, between researchers at the University of Oxford and Tufts University, has found two common viruses may be …

    More science linking Alzheimer's to viral infections

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