Spending time in the Bolivian jungle and becoming infected with parasites prompted Dr. Trumble to consider how parasites contribute to dementia prevention. … Those without infection and with the Alzheimer’s gene, on the other hand, experienced cognitive decline – like people do in modern society.
‘Dementia gene’ may guard against decline associated with …
Jan 10, 2017 – “‘Dementia gene’ may guard against decline associated with parasitic disease: New research in The FASEB Journal suggests that a gene associated with high risk for Alzheimer’s disease and cardiovascular disease may actually have conferred an evolutionary advantage for humans at high risk for parasitic infections.”
Infections That Can Cause Dementia | BrightFocus Foundation
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