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What's more, Estus says, the genetic mutations associated with rare inherited forms of Alzheimer's disease seem to increase the concentration of beta-amyloid deposits in the brain, and this increase is typically seen before symptoms develop.
"The science of Alzheimer's is a work in progress," says Estus, adding that most of the evidence so far supports beta-amyloid as the trigger for Alzheimer's disease.
Estus joined Cushman & Wakefield in June 1989, after working for Rubloff Inc.