A study by researchers from the University of California shows that genetically modified stem cells show promise for Alzheimer's treatment.
“Diabetes and Alzheimer’s are both related to aging,” said DeLaMonte, but aside from that small minority of us who inherit particular genes, “I don’t think they’re inevitable.”
Being among the most devastating illnesses the humans have ever faced, Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) destroys the brain, which shrinks as a result of the disease over time. There are three key possible ways to apply stem cell therapy in AD patients.
Scientists from University of California Irvin reported restoration of memory in a mice model of Alzheimer’s disease that resulted from the neural stem cell transplantation.All news