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Living with Dementia

Beta Amyloid Plaques

Drug May be Alzheimer’s Cure

Modern science is hot on the heels of Alzheimer’s disease, a very common progressively dementing illness found late in life for which no effective treatment is available.

Alzheimer’s occurs in part due to abnormal deposits of a toxic protein called beta amyloid in the brain.  A recent study showed that tau protein, another toxic… Drug May be Alzheimer’s Cure   

Living With Dementia

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