Viruses and bacteria can be the cause of Alzheimer's disease

Amyloid plaques, along with other hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease occur for a reason. 30 experts from Cambridge, Manchester and Oxford universities have come to the conclusion that to develop the disease may be linked with bacteria and viruses that live around us in huge quantities.

Moreover, some species live in the human body with "hidden" mode. To identify them is difficult. Such viruses and bacteria usually make themselves known only when the weakening of the immune system and constant stress. This is a herpes virus, chlamydia and spirochetes.

Now to talk about the unequivocal impact of microscopic organisms on the occurrence of Alzheimer's disease wound. Scholars planning to conduct research that will confirm or disprove their theory.

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