Oct 15, 2018

Spontaneous genetic mutations in the womb may drive the majority of dementia cases

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New research, led by scientists at the University of Cambridge, suggests spontaneous DNA mutations that occur when a baby’s brain is growing in the womb may help explain why so many people develop dementia without having any prior family history with the disease.

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