Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Prevailing Alzheimer’s Theory in Question With New Discovery

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This is a diagram from the studyStudy finds amyloid-beta plaques may not be the cause of memory loss associated with Alzheimer's disease, but instead a consequence of the disease. Regardless of the levels of amyloid plaques, researchers found individuals with high levels of amyloid peptide were cognitively normal. Higher levels of soluble amyloid beta peptide were also linked to people having a larger hippocampus.