Discovery of Stem Cells in Brain Membranes May Offer New Paths in Alzheimer’s Research

Discovery of Stem Cells in Brain Membranes May Offer New Paths in Alzheimer’s Research
Scientists have found that the membranes covering the brain — once believed to have little influence on the workings of the organ inside — are housing stem cells. The discovery is likely to advance research into stem cell therapies for brain regeneration, an attractive but so far unreachable treatment option for Alzheimer’s disease. While the

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2 comments

  1. Beth Bowman says:

    I am a 66 year old woman with Alzheimers. It runs in my family. My grandmother, aunt, and now myself have been diagnosed with it. I would like to be in a trial to see if this awful disease can be stopped.

    • Tim Bossie says:

      Hi Beth… Alzheimers is a horrible disease that can run in the family. It causes so much pain for so many families. Please stay tuned to our site here for info and news about clinical trials. You should also consult with your doctor if there are any in your area.

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