"If the efficacy of this therapy is confirmed, it could be offered to infants at the age of around 3 to 5 months, as soon as the genetic diagnosis has been confirmed," continues the scientist. Eye and Earnews release. "We are launching a study in patients aged around 60 with the first signs of Alzheimer's (presymptomatic patients) to look for any disturbances when they listen to these sounds," says the scientist, who is also interested in music: "Music stimulates predictive mechanisms in the processing of sound; if exposed to a repeated rhythm, for example, the brain will wait and synchronize itself with this rhythm. 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Most of our tissues are constantly renewed and needs to get rid of dying cells without affecting their organisation.