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Midlife vascular risk factors linked with higher brain amyloid in later life
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The results showed that patients with 2 or more vascular risk factors in midlife were more likely to have higher amyloid burden, as determined by non-invasive imaging, later in life when compared to those without risk factors.
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4/18/2017
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