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Experimental Drug Preserves Memory in Rodents

Sun, 10/17/2010 - 8:32pm
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

An experimental drug developed by researchers at the University of Edinburgh reverses age-related memory decline in mice, returning their brains to a more youthful state of cognitive function. The compound is designed to dampen the production of glucocorticoids, stress hormones that are thought to damage the brain's learning and memory centers over time.

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