Alzheimer's and Dementia Weekly
New Haven, Conn. — Blocking a common immune system response cleared up plaques associated with Alzheimer’s Disease and enabled treated mice to recover some lost memory, Yale University researchers reported in the journal Nature Medicine.
Researchers hope the new approach may one day overcome one of the biggest obstacles to development of new dementia medications – the difficulty in finding drugs that can safely cross the blood-brain barrier.
The results of the research surprised the scientists working in the lab of Richard Flavell, senior author of the...read the whole story
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