Alzheimer's hope: Patients' memories could be improved by unblocking blood vessels to the brain

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White blood cells stick to blood vessels causing a 'block' and reducing circulation, research on mice by Cornell University shows. It could be a 'game-changer' for treatment in humans. …

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