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How an Alzheimer’s drug turned tooth regenerator could unlock regenerative medicine

Researchers at King’s College London have found a new use for an Alzheimer’s drug: repairing teeth. Elly Earls meets Professor Paul Sharpe, lead researcher on the study, to find out what implications this surprising discovery has for dentistry and beyond.

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