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  • In Alzheimer’s Disease, Faulty Tau Spreads Rapidly But Is Not Toxic at First

    In Alzheimer’s Disease, Faulty Tau Spreads Rapidly But Is Not Toxic at First0

    The accumulation of misfolded tau proteins in the brain is one hallmark of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). Researchers at the University of Southampton, UK, have found that these proteins spontaneously form aggregates that spread from neuron to neuron but do not lead to immediate toxicity. Tau proteins are abundant in the central nervous system and have

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  • New Alzheimer’s Treatment Improves Patients’ Cognitive Abilities

    New Alzheimer’s Treatment Improves Patients’ Cognitive Abilities0

    NeuroAD, a novel medical device for Alzheimer’s treatment, has shown promising results in clinical trials. The lack of side-effects, the cognitive improvements in patients and the modification of the disease’s course indicate that this non-invasive therapy may bring significant cognitive improvement to AD patients. “A serious disease of the cerebral cortex” In 1906, at the

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