Zika Virus Helps Destroy Deadly Brain Cancer in Mice

Zika Virus Helps Destroy Deadly Brain Cancer in Mice The Zika virus that ravaged the Americas, leaving many babies with permanent brain damage, may have a silver lining. The virus can activate immune cells to destroy an aggressive brain cancer in mice, giving a powerful boost to an immunotherapy drug

How Does the Immune System Keep Tabs on the Brain?

How Does the Immune System Keep Tabs on the Brain? Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, autism, schizophrenia and many other neurological and psychiatric conditions have been linked to inflammation in the brain. There’s growing evidence that immune cells and molecules play a key role in normal brain development and function as

Common Brain Malformation Traced to Its Genetic Roots

Common Brain Malformation Traced to Its Genetic Roots About one in 100 children has a common brain disorder called Chiari 1 malformation, but most of the time such children grow up normally and no one suspects a problem. But in about one in 10 of those children, the condition causes

Aubagio Slows Grey Matter, Whole Brain Atrophy in CIS, Study Finds

Aubagio Slows Grey Matter, Whole Brain Atrophy in CIS, Study Finds Studied for the first time, Aubagio (teriflunomide) slowed the loss of cortical grey matter and whole-brain volume in people with clinically isolated syndrome (CIS) during two years of therapy, a study found. The treatment was especially effective in those

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