From long, illustrious careers to bright lights snuffed out too soon, we pay homage to noted scientists who passed away in 2016 and their visionary work.
Targeting a different protein in the brain could be the cure.
A dose of young blood could be just what the doctor order.
It prevents brain inflammation and could help save nearly 44 million worldwide.
The brain cell killer has been identified... and it's a protein.
Parkinson's, and other neurodegenerative diseases could also occur.
Disease is one bloody business. Possibly, even more than we think.
Scientists found a way to reverse Alzheimer's symptoms in mice, which could pave the way to a real treatment.
Scientists may finally be able to see how these diseases literally transform our brains.
This is the first study to objectively show that memory loss in patients can be reversed.
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