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Study Shows Promise for Alzheimer's Treatment
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Study Shows Promise for Alzheimer's Treatment

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Study Shows Promise for Alzheimer's Treatment

Study Shows Promise for Alzheimer's Treatment
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Alzheimer's Facts, Treatments

The results of a study related to Alzheimer's suggest there is a new way to halt or even reverse the disease. The experimental treatment uses antibodies to attack a protein thought to destroy brain cells. Scientists say the results are highly preliminary but promising.

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