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Cancer drug clears Alzheimer's-related plaques and improves memory function in mice

Published on 26th Jan 2016

Published on 26th January 2016

A drug used to bolster the body’s immune system in the fight against tumours has been found to reduce Alzheimer’s-related symptoms in mice, including cutting the build-up of toxic amyloid plaques in the brain by half, and restoring certain memory functions.

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