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Ethnic Groups Can Vary in Their Susceptibility to Alzheimer's Disease

EthnicStudies show that many diseases affect ethnic groups differently, with a larger percentage of some groups than others expected to develop these diseases over time. Recently, the first-ever study to expand its research with dementia, particularly Alzheimer's, beyond the Black and Caucasian communities has published data that should make us all pay attention. Six ethnic and racial groups within the same geographic population were studied. 

Read the full article on HealthCentral about how ethnicity can affect our susceptibility to Alzheimer's:

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