Ultrasound treatment for Alzheimer's

A study at the University of Queensland, Australia has developed ultrasound methods that reduce or remove amyloid plaque in lab mice with Alzheimer's. There were 5 treatments in 6 weeks, resulting in 56% less plaque than untreated mice. The treated mice also regained memory for visual cues and familiar objects.. Researchers believe that ultrasound opened the blood brain barrier, activating microlgia immune cells in the brain to dissolve plaque.These experiments may lead to human trials, hopefully resulting in similar success without causing damage.

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