Brain may compensate for Alzheimer’s damage, researchers say

September 15, 2014 4:39 PM

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Brain may compensate for Alzheimer’s damage, researchers say

The recent findings could offer an explanation as to why some older adults with deposits of beta-amyloid could continue to have normal cognitive function while others develop dementia.

Researchers indicate that neural compensation among individuals with Alzheimer’s-related protein, a new study shows. The findings from the study, led by UC Berkeley researchers, were published September 14 in the journal Nature Neuroscience.

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