A breakthrough study which restored memory functioning in mice could be used to treat Alzheimer's disease.
Alzheimer’s is a brain disease which progressively destroys memory capacity – along with other important mental functions. But a breakthrough study by Australian researchers has discovered a new treatment that restores normal memory functions in mice. Could this newfound understanding be the beginning of a successful treatment for humans suffering from the degenerative disease?
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