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A pathway toward cellular death named for Thanatos identified by researchers as a key driver of nerve cell degradation in Parkinson’s disease
Patients with late-onset Alzheimer’s may show some long-term benefit, but none for early-onset
Carlos Pardo-Villamizar can comment on acute flaccid myelitis
Shrinkage of Brain Structures Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease Tied to Critical Illness and Infection
Researchers have found that the nuclear pore complex is defective in animal and human Alzheimer’s disease cells
Experiments with patients suggest brain stimulation may be a viable treatment
Less education and unaccompanied medical visits linked to lack of formal diagnosis or awareness of diagnosis
Chronic inflammation are linked to visible structural changes in the brains of people with poor cognition and dementia
Researchers say they have developed an experimental drug that slows the progression of Parkinson’s disease itself
Using human brain cells, researchers piece together the cellular mechanisms that cause plaques to form in the brain
Johns Hopkins researcher and his team describe an approach they say could transform the field of diagnostic quality and safety
Epilepsy drug reverses anti-social behaviors in mice with genes that produce variant proteins

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