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Removing ‘zombie cells’ in the brain could help battle the effects of dementia

Removing ‘zombie cells’ in the brain could help battle the effects of dementia


Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have demonstrated how the removal of so-called “zombie cells” can help reverse the effects of dementia-style cognitive decline in mice. Here’s what they did.

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