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    Researchers develop new spinal cord injury repair technique

    Researchers have developed a new surgical procedure that is believed to be a step forward in finding an effective treatment for spinal cord injuries.

    http://www.seriousinjurylaw.co.uk/ne...-technique.php

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    Great. But only for acute injuries?
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    On a website for injury lawyers, this sounds more like smoke to be blown in jurors' eyes that a new treatment existed at the time of their client's injury.

    The expert described how the technique involves blocking the body's natural repair process before gluing a severed nerve back together, which then allows for a more efficient join up than suturing the injury.

    I've been hearing this kind of crap for years. Hopefully, there is something meaningful going on here, but after being filtered thorough a couple of lawyers, it came out junk.

    Sorry, I think my cynicism is showing.
    Last edited by khmorgan; 02-13-2012 at 03:30 PM.

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    Yea really...what about chronic injuries? I'm trying to keep hope alive!

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