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Studies suggest that floating pieces of amyloid beta called oligomers are what's killing off brain cells in Alzheimer's - Reuters (article link)

- The plaques may be the body's way of trapping and neutralizing oligomers.
- "The plaque is not the main culprit in terms of toxicity,"
- "It actually sequesters all of that amyloid," adding that oligomers are "the really toxic substance."

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