UW-Madison: World’s largest family history study of Alzheimer’s disease marks 20th anniversary

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The Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention enrolled its first participant in 2001
            MADISON, Wis. – November marks a significant scientific milestone for the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention (WRAP) study at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. It is the 20th anniversary of a groundbreaking study that is advancing the field of Alzheimer’s research here in Wisconsin and internationally.
The study began with one participant in Nov. 2001 in Madison, Wisconsin. Twenty years later, with more than 1,700 research participants and two decades o...

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