Neurosciences’ Daniel Wesson talks about study revealing change in urine’s smell could detect Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease could be detected by change of smell in urine, scientists suggest
Huffington Post: Daniel Wesson, assistant professor of neurosciences, talked about a study he co-authored that found a change in urine’s smell could detect if a person has early on-set Alzheimer’s disease. “While this research is at the proof-of-concept stage, the identification of distinctive odor signatures may someday point the way to human biomarkers to identify Alzheimer’s at early stages,” he said.