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  • "It points us to potential therapeutics in a more precise way than we've seen in the past," said Dr. William Thies, chief medical and scientific officer of the Alzheimer's Association, which had no role in the research.

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  • "It's tantalizing. If you were to pick out four people with Alzheimer's disease, the likelihood that they would perform the same on standardized tests three years later is very, very tiny," said William Thies, the association's scientific director.

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