(KSAT) -- Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern have developed an Alzheimer's vaccine that has shown promise in mice, monkeys and rabbits.
One researcher said he is confident they are "getting close to testing this therapy in people."
Researchers with UT Southwestern's Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute said the vaccine reduced tau and beta-amyloid, proteins linked to Alzheimer's disease, in three mammals.
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