Neuroscientists Successfully Restored Missing Memories; Is Alzheimer’s Disease Finally Defeated?

By Arvin Donguines , Christian Post Contributor March 18, 2016|8:47 pm Shannon Stapleton/Reuters A study on mice has found lost memories can be retrieved A major breakthrough in brain science happens this week when a group of researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology successfully restored “lost” memories. The study could be a huge victory in the fight against Alzheimer’s Disease. In Wednesday, Mar. 16, the school has published in their official news outlet their findings which suggest that they may now be able to retrieve recent memories of Alzheimer’s sufferers that are lost from the disease. Professor of Biology and Neuroscience in Picower Institure for Learning and Memory and senior co-author of the experiment for the Department of Brain and Cognitive Science at MIT, Susumu Tonegawa, said that, “The important point…


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