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Targeting inflammation 'could help treat Alzheimer's disease'

02:00 EST 24 Jan 2016 | Nursing Times

“Blocking brain inflammation ‘halts Alzheimer’s disease’,” BBC News reports. Mice with symptoms similar to Alzheimer’s disease were given a drug that blocked the production of immune cells, which cause inflammation. They showed an improvement in symptoms compared with mice who had not been given the drug

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