Brain-gain

The findings of a team of Auckland University researchers have created hope for sufferers of degenerative brain disease. According to Professor Richard Faull, diseased brains produce new cells to replace dying ones at a previously unknown rate. Faull and team aim to enhance the brain’s “too little too late” fight-back in the hope of creating greater natural defence systems against diseases such as stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.  


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