Study Suggests Alzheimer's Patients Can In Fact Still Store New Memories

We came across this groundbreaking study suggesting that Alzheimer's patients can in fact create and store new memories.

Alzheimer's disease patients struggle with memory – but that struggle may be fundamentally different than thought.

A study published in Nature reportedly suggests that people with Alzheimer's are still able to make new memories even while gripped by the condition, and that while they can store memories, problems may lie in their ability to retrieve them. 

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