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Drug used to treat cancer appears to sharpen memory

by JMC on October 9, 2015

Clues to keeping brain cells alive in those with Alzheimer’s

October 2, 2015
Rutgers University
A drug now being used to treat cancer might make it easier to learn a language, sharpen memory and help those with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease by rewiring the brain and keeping neurons alive. New research found that a drug — RGFP966 — administered to rats made them more attuned to what they were hearing, able to retain and remember more information, and develop new connections that allowed these memories to be transmitted between brain cells.

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