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In a study released Monday, ASU-Banner Health neuroscientist Salvatore Oddo and colleagues have identified a newly discovered way that Alzheimer’s disease can target brain cells for destruction. The study opens a new window on neurodegenerative-disease research and offers hope for therapies targeting cell loss in the brain, an inevitable and devastating outcome of Alzheimer’s progression.

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“I realized the most important thing we needed to do was to be a team that was mentally strong and gritty.“ - Missy Farr-Kaye, head coach of the ASU women's golf team, which won the national championship this year

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