- Skin Deep: The Promising New Skin Test for Early Alzheimer's Detection Alzheimer's Caregivers 32:13
What if there was a painless and non-invasive way to detect Alzheimer’s earlier than ever? Meet Frank Amato from Synaps DX, a pioneer in healthcare innovation who might have the answer. In this engaging discussion, we dive into Frank’s groundbreaking work on the Discern Test – a revolutionary skin test for Alzheimer’s. Frank’s passion for health care and his mission to transform Alzheimer’s diagnosis make this conversation a must-listen for anyone interested in the latest advancements in healthcare.
The episode unfolds Frank’s journey, from exploring the science behind the skin test to its potential implications for patients worldwide. The test, which identifies two proteins in the skin that exhibit abnormalities in Alzheimer’s patients, offers the promise of diagnosing the disease in its early stages. Frank explains that this could be a game-changer in prescribing lifestyle changes and drug interventions that might significantly improve a patient’s life. We also delve into the importance of early diagnosis and its impact on patients and caregivers alike. If you’re curious about the next big thing in healthcare, this episode is for you. So, tune in to discover how this simple skin test could potentially revolutionize Alzheimer’s diagnosis and treatment.
(0:00:01) – Detecting Alzheimer’s With a Skin Test
(0:09:59) – Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Through Skin Test
(0:25:39) – Lifestyle Interventions for Brain Health
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