Spinal fluid from young animals and people could help treat Alzheimer's, study finds
The memory of aging mice improved when they received a substance found in the spinal fluid of young animals and people. The finding suggests a new approach to treating Alzheimer’s disease.
NPR’s Jon Hamilton.
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