Could glial cells in the brain hold the key to curing Alzheimer’s?
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Could glial cells in the brain hold the key to curing Alzheimer’s?

Ruth Sander Independent consultant, Care of older people

Alzheimer’s disease is known to be associated with extensive damage to brain cells (neurones) with shrinkage of the brain, development of plaques of protein between the cells and tangles of fibres inside the cells.

Nursing Older People. 31, 5, 10-10. doi: 10.7748/nop.31.5.10.s9

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