Broken brain cells repaired in dementia mouse model: If translated to humans, results suggest new directions for combating cognitive decline in elderly

Dysfunctional neurons in the hippocampus of adult female mice modeling dementia can be repaired and reconnected to distant parts of the brain, reports a new study. The similarity between the mouse model and the human condition underscores the therapeutic potential of targeting these cells in dementia patients.

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