Research roundup: The importance of energy in Alzheimer’s, and more
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Since the world of Alzheimer’s therapeutics hasn’t seen much practical benefit from targeting harmful proteins like amyloid-beta, maybe other approaches like targeting dysfunctional mitochondria are worth exploring in more depth. Apparently, improving mitochondrial function can decrease plaque burden and improve cognition in a mouse model. Why do cancer survivors have shorter lifespans than the rest

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