Age-Related Memory Loss Reversed In Mice

Scientists at Cambridge and Leeds are working on a treatment that could reverse memory loss in humans after successfully reversing age-related memory loss in mice.

The researchers treated older mice with a ‘viral vector’ that would help restore neuroplasticity and alleviate memory deficits.

Viral vectors like this have also been used to help repair damage caused by glaucoma and dementia.

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