Alzheimer's Patients May One Day Regain Their Memories

December 29, 2014 10:38 PM

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There may yet be hope for Alzheimer's patients everywhere, as new research indicates that lost memories can be regained.

Neuroscientists have long believed that memories are stored at the synapses - the connections between neurons - that are destroyed by Alzheimer's disease. Long-term memories are formed by the brain which creates new proteins involved in making new synapses.

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