Anasthetic May Enable Alzheimer's Antecedent to Thrive


The gas isoflurane, a commonly used anesthetic, is now being associated with stimulating the growth of amyloid proteins in the brain according to new research by a team at Massachusetts General Hospital led by Zhongcong Xie, MD., PhD.

The implications could be profound.

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