Dismantling the Brain’s “GPS” Might Help Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease

Dismantling the Brain’s “GPS” Might Help Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease
In patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or dealing with the aftermath of a stroke, a lack of orientation — as if their inner perception of the world in which they always lived in just disappeared — is common. Researchers from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine induced a version of this loss of orientation in

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