New Treatment Shows Hope for Down-Syndrome Patients

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By Molly Clifton

Researchers at Johns Hopkins and the National Institutes of Health are testing a compound that could improve the memory and learning ability of people with down-syndrome.

Mice who recieved the treatment as soon as they were born showed improvement.

Researchers are trying to figure out why the treatment works so they can develop a drug that would be safe for people.

 



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