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New understanding of post-stroke neurons could transform patient treatment and recovery. A drug that aids neuron repair has improved recovery in mice by as much as 50 percent.
Transforming support cells in the brain into neurons might one day help repair damage from stroke or injury.
Changes in connectivity could help doctors choose the best therapies.
New technology being tested could provide a noninvasive approach to treating stroke.
Smaller devices can help stroke patients regain function.
Noninvasive electrical therapy combined with rehab boosts recovery after stroke.
A novel method of analyzing brain signals could guide stroke treatment.
A stem-cell matrix can repair brain damage in rodents.