Henry Paulson quoted in the Detroit News on the use of stem cells in Alzheimer research
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Henry Paulson, director of UM's Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center, said the most interesting thing about the study is that "this injection of stem cells is probably not replacing lost neurons but rather likely boosting an inflammatory response in the brain."
"That itself may be highly beneficial," Paulson said.. "Lots of scientists (are) interested in boosting inflammatory pathways as a way to make a dent in this disease."
More Media Coverage:
"UM stem cell research lifts hope for Alzheimer's patients" - Detroit News. 11/20/2018.