Apr. 23, 2015

Against the Grain: An Alternative View of Alzheimer’s

by Turna Ray

For decades, Duke neurology professor Allen Roses has doggedly pursued a theory that dysfunctional mitochondria in the brain cause late-onset Alzheimer’s disease—and that beta-amyloid is just part of the disease’s pathology.

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