A researcher explains the rationale for and goals of her investigations of blood-based biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease specifically in women.
New research aims to determine whether differences in the blood-based proteome between men and women with Alzheimer’s can help identify biomarkers to improve care for women with the disease.
Many aspects of Alzheimer’s differ between the sexes. In this Q&A, an expert in the disease among women discusses recent research insights and where the field is likely headed.
Two out of three people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s are women. Our latest Neuro Pathways podcast explores risk factors and prevention strategies particularly relevant to women.
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Referral for all types of cardiac surgery needs to become far more sex-specific. That’s a primary takeaway from a broad new review of differences in heart surgery between women and men.