How A New Alzheimer's Test Could Kill Long-Term Care Insurance -- Or Make It Cheaper

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How A New Alzheimer's Test Could Kill Long-Term Care Insurance -- Or Make It Cheaper

by Wochit 0:30 mins

How A New Alzheimer's Test Could Kill Long-Term Care Insurance -- Or Make It Cheaper

by Wochit 0:30 mins

A team of researchers at Georgetown University and six other medical centers has developed a simple blood test they say can predict, with 90 percent accuracy, whether an individual will develop Alzheimer’s Disease within 2-3 years. If it works as advertised, such a test could have a profound impact on the long-term care insurance market.

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