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New findings about Alzheimer

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Blocking the production of new immune cells in the brain could reduce memory problems seen in Alzheimer's disease, a study suggests

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University of Southampton researchers said their findings added weight to evidence that inflammation in the brain is what drives the disease

A drug used to block the production of these microglia cells in the brains of mice had a positive effect

Experts said the results were exciting and could lead to new treatments

Up until now, most drugs used to treat dementia have targeted amyloid plaques in the brain which are a characteristic of people with the Alzheimer's disease

But this latest study , published in the journal Brain, suggests that in fact targeting inflammation in the brain, caused by a build-up of immune cells called microglia, could halt progression of the disease

Researchers found increased numbers of microglia in the post-mortem brains of people with Alzheimer's disease

Previous studies have also suggested that these cells could play an important role

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