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Cumulative Midlife Vascular Risk Factors Associated With Increased Brain Amyloid
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Having a progressively higher number of midlife vascular risk factors is significantly associated with later development of high levels of brain amyloid deposition, suggest cohort findings from the ongoing Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) trial.
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4/18/2017
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