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Stanford Medicine researchers have discovered a cure to prevent brain aging in findings of aged mice and human cell cultures applied to real humans, they can predict the recovery of the psychological capacity of the pharmaceutical managed recovery of older people’s mental abilities.
In a study to be published in January. A professor of neurology who goes by Katrin Andreasson blamed a set of immune cells called myeloid cells.
Myeloid cells, which are found in the brain, are vascular systems and the body’s peripheral tissues, one work as a soldier and the other like parking security. If they are not warding off infections, they keep busy cleaning up debris, such as dead cells and clumps of aggregated proteins; provide nutrient snacks to other cells; and serve as sentinels watching for signs of invading pathogens.
But as we age, myeloid cells begin neglecting their normal, health-protecting functions and adopting an agenda of endless warfare with a nonexistent enemy, inflicting collateral damage to innocent tissues in the process.