A genetic mutation said she was destined to get Alzheimer’s in her 40s, just like her family members in the Colombian kindred with a rare form of the disease. But remarkably, she experienced no cognitive decline until her 70s. Banner Alzheimer’s Institute was involved in new research that provides an answer for why this happened, which could change the scientific understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and inspire new ideas for prevention.

Read The New York Times article featuring Dr. Eric Reiman