Interesting New York Times Article- A Possible Alzheimer’s Treatment With Clicks and Flashes?

A Possible Alzheimer’s Treatment With Clicks and Flashes? It Worked on Mice - Researchers hope the techniques can be applied to help people with Alzheimer’s.

Could people’s eyes and ears help fix the damage Alzheimer’s disease does to the brain? Just by looking at flashing light and listening to flickering sound? We are pleased to be the site conducting the clinical trials in gamma-wave therapy.

A new study led by a prominent M.I.T. neuroscientist offers tantalizing promise. It found that when mice engineered to exhibit Alzheimer’s-like qualities were exposed to strobe lights and clicking sounds, important brain functions improved and toxic levels of Alzheimer’s-related proteins diminished.

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