The woman with Down's who's helping scientists
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Woman with Down's contributes to Alzheimer's research

Amy is part of a Cambridge University study tracking 40 people with Down's syndrome to try to find a treatment for Alzheimer's.

People with Down's syndrome are at greater risk of Alzheimer's, and of developing it earlier than others, and Amy told the Today programme she hopes she can help scientists find a treatment for Alzheimer's.

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  • 07 May 2018
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