Research from University of Aberdeen finds gut could alert doctors to MND

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A study by the University of Aberdeen, in collaboration with the University of Edinburgh and published in The Journal Of Pathology: Clinical Research, found evidence of the disease in one patient 14 years before they went on to develop the condition.

The researchers suggest it could be possible to detect motor neurone disease (MND) and take action long before the brain is affected by taking a small gut biopsy or stool sample.

Period17 Oct 2022 → 29 Oct 2022

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