Posted 10 June 2013 - 11:11 AM
I found the information very interesting in a 'nun study treatment' research says that if a person has the chance to undergo a genetic test much better. It is the TOMM40 tests and ApoE4 tests that have to be completed. For people who have ApoE4, it means they have great chances of a 50% of contracting the Alzheimer's disease. But for those who have both genes- which are the ApoE4 gene and TOMM40, then most likely, there is 85-90% of chance for these people to l contract Alzheimer's, as what has been said and showed in the most recent scientific studies.