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Michael Mullan: Difference in Alzheimer’s Risks for Women and Men

Michael Mullan

For decades, researchers have observed that Alzheimer’s disease seemingly affects more women than men. Researchers have debated whether this perceived fact is the result of higher life expectancies for women or biological differences between men and women. Research has found evidence that women may in fact be more at risk to incurring Alzheimer’s disease than men of the same age.

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