Rats That Reminisce May Lead To Better Tests For Alzheimer’s Drugs

(By Jon Hamilton for NPR)

What rats can remember may help people who forget.

Researchers are reporting evidence that rats possess “episodic memories,” the kind of memories that allow us to go back in time and recall specific events. These memories are among the first to disappear in people who develop Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading article here……

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