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Seattle Children’s studying new ways to treat infant brain injuries

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Seattle Children’s studying new ways to treat infant brain injuries

August 21, 2014

http://q13fox.com/2014/08/20/video-seattle-childrens-studying-new-ways-to-treat-infant-brain-injuries/comment-page-1/#comment-452836

 

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A brain injury is serious for anyone, but for infants they can be devastating. Dr. Dennis Mayock of Seattle Children’s, the principal investigator of the new study, talks about the therapies being used to try to reverse effects of infant brain injuries that occur.

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