Doctors Successfully  Grow a Human Brain Cell for Alzheimer's Testing

Two doctors working at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston have managed to grow brain cells in a petri dish that develop signs of Alzheimers, resolving the problem of how to Alzheimer's disease. This discovery will allows researchers to quickly, cheaply and easily test drugs that might stop the process in the first place.

The Ideals that relate to this story are opportunity and Liberty.

Doctors now have an opportunity to help develop a treatment and cure for Alzheimer's . Liberty relates because before there were several limiting forces on Alzheimer's research, but now they are able to research and treat the disease without these forces.

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