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Researchers Say Their ‘Brain Glue’ Could Someday Help People With Severe Brain Injuries – Gizmodo

In a recent study, researchers found that their brain glue helped prevent long-term damage and tissue loss in the injured brains of rats, while also speeding up…

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Scientists say theyre one step closer to showing that their experimental hydrogel technologymore plainly known as brain gluecan help people with traumatic brain injuries. In a recent study, they found that their brain glue helped prevent long-term damage and tissue loss in the injured brains of rats, while also speeding up the healing process.
Severe traumatic brain injuries, the sort caused by life-threatening accidents or assault that can send people into comas, are very difficult to treat. Even…

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