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Umbilical Blood in Mouse Brains Boosts Cognitive Performance

Newsmax Thursday, 20 April 2017
Human umbilical blood injected into mouse brains appears to rejuvenate them and boost the cognitive performance of older mice, said Stanford researchers who are now trying to figure out how that relates to human disorders like Alzheimer's disease.
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News video: Study: Umbilical Cord Blood Is A Potential Fix For Age-Related Cognitive Problems

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As we age, many of us experience a slowing down of some cognitive functions like memory and learning ease. Fear not, because researchers with the Stanford University School of Medicine may be on the verge of fixing that. As we age, many of us experience a slowing down of some cognitive functions...

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