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Learning Alzheimer’s risk may do no harm

BU finding belies old assumptions

“It’s information I wanted to have because I had a mother who died of Alzheimer’s,’’ said Robert McKersie, an MIT professor who participated in an Alzheimer’s risk study. “It’s information I wanted to have because I had a mother who died of Alzheimer’s,’’ said Robert McKersie, an MIT professor who participated in an Alzheimer’s risk study. (John Tlumacki/ Globe Staff)
By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / July 16, 2009

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If you found out you had an increased genetic risk for Alzheimer’s disease, how would you feel? (Full article: 1122 words)

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