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Stem Cells Can Help Heal Long-Term Brain Damage Suffered by Rats with Radiation

Narrated by: Mark Moran
Length: 3 mins
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Stem cells can help heal long-term brain damage suffered by rats blasted with radiation, researchers report in the Feb. 5 Cell Stem Cell. The treatment allows the brain to rebuild the insulation on its nerve cells so they can start carrying messages again.
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