Thinking Outside the Box on Alzheimer's

Thinking Outside the Box on Alzheimer’s On Thursday, 20th July, 2017, the Guardian included an article by Joseph Jebelli - ‘We still think Alzheimer’s is incurable - one day it won’t be’. In this article, he mentions that early accounts of dementia were described by Roman philosopher Cicero and Greek physician Galen. And yet only in the past two decades have we begun to realize Alzheimer’s is an affliction no less urgent than cancer or stroke. Alzheimer’s research now demonstrates that memory is a material phenomenon, an exquisite product of healthy brain cells that appears to reside in a network of durable connections between those cells. The noted cognitive neuroscientist Michael Gazzaniga




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