Rewiring A Damaged Brain

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9-28-2010 3-14-10 PM.jpgAccording to Medical Daily, researchers are working on "microelectronic circuity" to rewire the part of the brain not damaged by trauma "in order to restore normal behavior and movement" to victims of brain damage.  If successful, this procedure can have far-reaching benefits to both active soldiers and veterans (as well as civilians) who have suffered, or are suffering from, brain trauma.  The full article can be read here.  (Thanks to WG for the tip!)

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