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HEALTH JAPAN ALZHEIMER'S
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May 22, 2001
Ikuo Nishimoto, a professor of pharmacology and neurosciences at Keio University in Tokyo, talks to reporters...
Tokyo, Japan
KEIO UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR NISHIMOTO TALKS TO REPORTERS AT OFFICE IN TOKYO.
Ikuo Nishimoto, a professor of pharmacology and neurosciences at Keio University in Tokyo, talks to reporters at his office at the university May 22, 2001. Japanese scientists have discovered a substance which could become the world's first cure for Alzheimer's disease, head researcher Nishimoto said on Tuesday. Alzheimer's disease, which kills brain cells and shrinks the brain causing dementia in patients, is one of the most disturbing disorders among the aged.

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