New Study at Clemson University Shows Promise

A new study shows promise for brain injury victims.  Researchers at Clemson University have experimented with a new injectable biomaterial gel, which can lead to the new formation of brain neural stem cells and a potentially a higher degree of functional recovery for the victim.  In addition, this is one of the few areas in brain injury research that tries to structurally repair the brain lesion using a tissue engineering approach.   Apparently, testing may start in humans in as soon as three years.  To view the full article, please click on the following link:  http://www.healthjockey.com/2009/09/08/can-brain-tissue-be-regenerated-in-traumatic-brain-injury/

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