New Spinal Cord Treatment Reverses Paralysis In Mice


Researchers at Northwestern University have developed a new therapy that’s helping paralyzed mice walk again.

Scientists injected a gel with nanofibers into the spinal cords of paralyzed mice; a single injection was enough to reverse total paralysis in the mice, who regained the ability to walk after four weeks.

The team says it’s taking the treatment “straight to the FDA to start the process of getting this new therapy approved for use in human patients.”

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