The South West Brain Bank has 800 brains affected by the illness - but need "normal" ones to help with research.
Professor Seth Love said: "We can't be certain that what we're looking at in brain tissue from someone with Alzheimer's is abnormal unless we have the opportunity to compare it with a normal brain from someone of the same age."
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Nov 16, 2008|
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