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Animal testing illuminates Alzheimer’s

In Norway, more than 100,000 people live with Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s damages the central nervous system and alters memory, orientation and behavior. The disease becomes devastating once it has progressed and usually leads to affected individuals being unable to manage everyday tasks on their own. That is why a better understanding is so critical. Read More

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