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A group of Japanese experts announced Tuesday they have developed a blood test measure to detect signs of Alzheimer’s disease before patients show symptoms.

The discovery by a team led by Koichi Tanaka, a Nobel laureate in chemistry and a senior fellow of Kyoto-based Shimazu Corp., and the Aichi-based National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, was announced in a journal published by the Japan Academy.

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