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Buck Institute Scientists Discover a Potential Way to Repair Synapses Damaged in Alzheimer’s Disease

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A new study proposes a strategy for reversing the memory problems that accompany Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, exploring an alternative to the laser-focused approach of big pharma to target toxic tau proteins known to go hand in glove with these diseases. Rather than remove the damaging compound, scientists at the Buck Institute for Research […]

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