To Cure Alzheimer's, We Have to Forget What We Know About It So Far

A breakthrough in Alzheimer's research requires rethinking everything, two Israeli scientists say. If they’re right, a treatment for the disease might emerge in the next decade

At first one tree falls. No one notices it in the dense, majestic forest of memory. Then another tree falls, and another, and many trees collapse. Bald patches of memory appear, meanings that lived within them...

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