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Scientists discover how mutations in DNA can cause neurodegenerative disease

06:10 EDT 13 May 2019 | News-Medical.net

Scientists have discovered how mutations in DNA can cause neurodegenerative disease. The discovery is an important step towards better treatment to slow the progression or delay onset in a range of incurable diseases such as Huntington's and motor neurone disease - possibly through the use, in new ways, of existing anti-inflammatory drugs.

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