1. Experimental non-invasive tests detect rare brain disease

    Experimental non-invasive tests detect rare brain disease

    An analysis of two experimental tests for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease shows that cells in the nose or a urine sample can detect versions of the brain-destroying illness. The urine test proved effective at identifying the human form of mad cow disease. The research, reported in the New England Journal of Medicine, may make it far easier to diagnose the ...

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