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This image shows the buildup of toxic tau proteins in the medial temporal gyrus of a human brain. Though some drugs can now remove these proteins, that hasn't seemed to ease Alzheimer's symptoms. It's time to look more deeply into how the cells work, scientists say. UW Medicine hide caption

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Alzheimer's Researchers Go Back To Basics To Find The Best Way Forward

After a decade of failure in treating Alzheimer's with drugs, the National Institutes of Health is funding a five-year effort in Seattle to learn more about how the disease starts in the brain.

Double Space Portico Quartet
Ruins Portico Quartet
The Star-Spangled Banner Madisen Hallberg, Emmanuel Henreid
Shenandoah Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band
Tuesday Tennyson, Mr. Carmack

This image shows the buildup of toxic tau proteins in the medial temporal gyrus of a human brain. Though some drugs can now remove these proteins, that hasn't seemed to ease Alzheimer's symptoms. It's time to look more deeply into how the cells work, scientists say. UW Medicine hide caption

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Alzheimer's Researchers Go Back To Basics To Find The Best Way Forward

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Dean Town Vulfpeck
Test Drive Vulfpeck
Sunny Les McCann
A Taste Of Honey Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
Traces, Pt. 1 Tigran Hamasyan, Eivind Aarset et. al.
Lilac Tigran Hamasyan

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Have Questions About Voting? A Law Professor Tells You 'What You Need To Know'

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Deep Cut My Education
Chevalier Bulltoe Totorro
Revelations (Instrumental) Charles Bradley
The Game Gabriel Garzón-Montano
Fruitflies Gabriel Garzón-Montano

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GirlTrek Uses Black Women's History To Encourage Walking As A Healing Tradition

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Up And Out TOKiMONSTA
San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair) Daniel Herskedal

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