Scientists have developed a blood test that can "accurately" detect early-stage Alzheimer's Disease
It reversed memory loss in just a week.
Combating neurological diseases may have just gotten a lot easier.
MIT researchers have proof of concept that "lost" memories due to Alzheimer's may still be retrieved.
A young student may have found the key to detecting and addressing the devastating physiological and emotional effects of dementia. And we may have new treatment options.
The first ever photos of single proteins have been taken thanks to graphene, or ultra-thin carbon.
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An experimental Alzheimer's Drug scheduled for human trials by next year (2016) has shown remarkable anti-ageing benefits.
Engineers from MIT are developing a computer system that combines MRI data with genetic, demographic, and clinical data to help predict the effects of disease on brain anatomy.
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