Simple eye tracking test used to identify early signs of Alzheimer’s | Mental Health, Politics and LGBT issues |

As researchers look for better ways to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages, one promising detection methodology to emerge is a simple eye tracking procedure developed by scientists at Lancaster University in conjunction with Royal Preston Hospital.


The results of such tests can help flag initial signs of memory impairment that are associated with the onset of the disease.



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