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Thread: Commonly used supplement may improve recovery after a spinal cord injury

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    Commonly used supplement may improve recovery after a spinal cord injury

    JimmyMack
    Member: New Jersey Commission on Spinal Cord Reasearch
    http://www.state.nj.us/health/spinalcord/index.shtml

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    - Somewhere they should try that out - now!
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    Hmm, sadly, I don't think it'll work on chronics ... Maybe if you became 'acute' again..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrington314mx View Post

    Yep.

    But don't get too crazy. In the study it was given to the rats via i.p. injection.

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    - Damn - I thought the article said, it could be taken orally?
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