Probe of Alzheimer’s Follows Paths of Infection

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Rudy Tanzi (left) and Robert Moir. (photo credit: Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer)

Mass General researchers Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir are investigating amyloid beta’s role in the body. Their findings could possibly open new fronts for treating or preventing Alzheimer’s disease by attacking infection before plaques begin to form.

You can read more about their research here.

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