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David Ehlers Smith

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Oxford University

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Advances in Medicine

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"It's a remarkable confirmation in an entirely different population," says David Smith, director of Oxford University's Project to Investigate Memory and Ageing.
In fact, it was shortly after reading the Oxford paper that Snowdon began trolling through his database to see if he too could find a link between folate and Alzheimer's. He began with 30 brains that had been discovered in autopsy to have had the distinguishing plaques and tangles of Alzheimer's disease. Of those 30 brains, 15 had the severe atrophy of the neocortex associated with advanced dementia. Next Snowdon analyzed blood samples taken from the nuns while they were alive. He screened for 19 different components, including vitamin E and cholesterol. The only statistically significant relationship he found, how- ever, was a link between Alzheimer's and folate. Drilling deeper into the data, he found a powerful link between brains with the most advanced Alzheimer's and the lowest levels of folate.


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"It's a remarkable confirmation in an entirely different population," says David Smith, director of Oxford University's Project to Investigate Memory and Ageing.


www.social-sciences.brookes.ac.uk

Dr David Ehlers Smith


www.arthurterry.bham.sch.uk

David Smith who gained a First in Geography at Selwyn College Oxford.
David is the third consecutive Arthur Terry student at Oxford who gained a First.


obis.brookes.ac.uk

David Smith- Managed Print Project Coodinator


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