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Repairing stroke and Alzheimer’s disease damage with stem cell therapy – Health Europa

A new study has demonstrated the ability of an experimental stem cell therapy to repair brain damage and improve memory function that can be caused by strokes and…



The UCLA study has found that a one-time injection of an experimental stem cell therapy can promote recovery by repairing brain damage and improving memory function in mice with conditions that replicate human strokes and dementia. Dementia is characterised by an array of symptoms including problems with memory, attention, communication, and physical coordination with the two most common causes of dementia bring Alzheimer’s disease and white matter strokes.
The study has been published in Science…

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