St. Paul’s develops a more reliable Alzheimer’s test
Mario Gregorio will sometimes go to heat a cup of water for tea only to find there’s a cup already in the microwave.
He rarely cooks at home because of all the times the fire alarm went off after he’d started something on the burner and forgot about it.
Now, researchers at St. Paul’s Hospital have come up with a test that’s more reliable than past exams and cheaper to carry out.
Gordon McIntyre reports.
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