Instant Index: Vampire Therapy Research May Lead to a Breakthrough in Alzheimer's and Heart Disease

Diane Sawyer reveals the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
1:34 | 05/05/14

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Transcript for Instant Index: Vampire Therapy Research May Lead to a Breakthrough in Alzheimer's and Heart Disease
Our "Instant index" tonight begins with a head line about a startling kind of youth. What is being named vampire therapy. Researchers found transfusions of young blood in older patients helped improve memory, muscle enduring, even sense of smell. Even growing new cells. But the patients in this case were mice. Though researchers are hopeful the discovery could lead to a breakthrough in battles Alzheimer's in humans. Do you have the feet to follow in these footsteps. Conducting a kind of star search for someone new. By the way, this was the face behind the original voice, Mr. Movie phone, Russ latherman a movie critic. Applicants should have compelling voices that would lead on the apps for smartphones. Everyone trying to solve a mystery today. It's been three year since Adel took the world by storm with this. ? We could have had it all ? "Rolling in the deep." She celebrated her 26th birthday today. Tweeting bye-bye, 25. See you again later in the year. Her first two albums, 19 and 21 were named for her age at the ti time. So everyone is guessing her album 25 is coming out soon.

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