Arivale, ISB look to reverse early Alzheimer’s with data-driven lifestyle coaching

The Institute for Systems Biology is taking a swing at one of the most widespread and puzzling diseases in the United States: Alzheimer’s.

ISB along with Seattle startup Arivale, both founded by genomics pioneer Lee Hood, want to see if lifestyle coaching combined with biometric data can prevent the advancement of Alzheimer’s, or even reverse early symptoms of the disease.

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