According to new research out of The Ohio State University, this Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT) device actually injects a code into the cells and treats diseased tissue, whether it be part of the skin or the brain. The treatment is awaiting approval by the FDA, would require further testing on human subjects, and will not be readily available on the open market for some time, but the research offers hope to the process of understanding degeneration.
The physical and emotional damage that comes with a catastrophic brain injury can disrupt the stability of a life, a family, and an entire community. And while these challenges are unlikely to go away anytime soon, there is hope that future injuries and future patients will actually be able to regenerate the cells required for faster healing.
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