Animal data supports J&J's Alzheimer's vaccine

J&J's Alzheimer's research group at Janssen has found positive signs for bapineuzumab, its late-stage Alzheimer's therapeutic vaccine. In a study using mice, researchers found that those who were inoculated performed a simple task more effectively, which could mean the vax was successful at stopping amyloid plaque from binding with neurons. Story

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