Cancer Drug Could Help Alzheimer's Patients

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By Molly Clifton

Researchers in Florida think a brain cancer drug may one day help Alzheimer's patients.

They’ve discovered the chemical carmustine can dissolve plaque in the brains of mice that have the disease.

Doctors believe the build up of a plaque like susbstance on the brain is what causes Alzheimer’s diesease.
 



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