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Early Alzheimer's Blood Test Co-Developer to Present at 2014 AACC Meeting

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In March of this year, a team of Georgetown University scientists published research showing that, for the first time ever, a blood test has the potential to predict Alzheimer's disease before patients start showing symptoms. AACC announces that a late-breaking session at the 2014 AACC Annual Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo in Chicago will expand upon this groundbreaking research and discuss why it could be the key to curing this devastating illness.

The session, Lipidomics: A Powerful Approach to Identify Pre-clinical Memory Impairment in Older Adults, will be held Monday, July 28, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.at McCormick Place, Room S105BC, in Chicago.

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