Can a damaged brain heal itself?

Regenerative neurologist Siddharthan Chandran explores how to heal damage from degenerative disorders such as MS and motor neuron disease (also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, or ALS).

After a traumatic brain injury, it sometimes happens that the brain can repair itself, building new brain cells to replace damaged ones.
But the repair doesn’t happen quickly enough to allow recovery from degenerative conditions like MS and motor neuron disease.
Siddharthan Chandran walks through some new techniques using special stem cells that could allow the damaged brain to rebuild faster.

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