Why is it that many people's brains have been found to have the signature defects of Alzheimer's disease, yet they never showed the thinking and memory problems of the disease while they were alive? Some people, it seems, are protected from Alzheimer's and some aren't. Join The Jackson Laboratory's Chief Financial Officer, Doug Abbott, for a virtual conversation with JAX scientist and Alzheimer's expert, Catherine Kaczorowski, Ph.D., about her research into the genetic factors that are protecting some people's brains and memories from Alzheimer's.
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