Can Lost Memories Be Restored in Alzheimer’s Patients?

Can Lost Memories Be Restored in Alzheimer’s Patients?
A recent study published in the journal eLife suggests that it might be possible to restore lost memories. Over the past century, evidence suggested that long-term memories are expressed in the brain by changes in synaptic connections, which are destroyed in neurodegenerative disorders. However, in a recent news release, Dr. David Glanzman, senior author of the study,

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