venin d’abeille

Une observation clinique a mis des chercheurs sur la piste d’un nouveau traitement contre la maladie de Parkinson. L'injection de venin d'abeille freinerait la dégénérescence lente et progressive des neurones à dopamine. Une étude [disponible sur MyScienceWork] présente les premiers résultats de cette technique et apporte un espoir dans le combat contre ce trouble neurodégénérescent.

 

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