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Animal Studies Failing to Yield Dementia Research Breakthroughs? (BBC News / Drug Discovery Today)

Summary Animal rights groups, and some researchers, have voiced the view that animal models for Alzheimer’s Disease and other neurological / biotechnology research may be misguided and outdated. A more human-based approach could be more productive and relevant, it has … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Brain Plaques Cleared Rapidly by Cancer Drug in Mice (BBC News / NHS Choices)

Summary Clumps of a protein called beta-amyloid are a feature of Alzheimer’s Disease. The clearance of these plaques is widely thought to be a promising target for Alzheimer’s research. It has now been found that the destructive plaques found in the … Continue reading

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