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Can Brain Cell Damage from Alzheimer’s Be Reversed?

Alzheimer’s is a complex disease. Amyloid plaques cause neurodegeneration. Other proteins also build up. These clumps interrupt memory formation and communication between nerve cells. Unfortunately, this can lead to brain damage. But can that damage be reversed? Kevin Church, Chief Science Officer of Athira Pharma, weighs in.


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Originally published May 08, 2023

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