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Promising Alzheimer's 'drug' halts memory loss

A new class of experimental drug is showing great promise in preventing early memory loss in Alzheimer's disease. It halted memory loss and fixed damaged communication among brain cells in a mouse model of Alzheimer's. Scientists said the new class of drug, if proven effective in humans, could be used early in the disease to arrest its progress.
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