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  1. BREAKTHROUGH: New Compound Shows Anti-Seizure, Anti-inflammatory effects for TBI Treatment

    BREAKTHROUGH: New Compound Shows Anti-Seizure, Anti-inflammatory effects for TBI Treatment

    Summary of article: A new compound containing Deuterium called “C-10068″ is displaying extremely positive results as a treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). When testing brain trauma response on lab animals (rats), researchers found that doses of C-10068 could reduce post-injury seizures, both convulsant and non-convulsant. At the highest dosages, brain...

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  2. March 26 is PURPLE DAY!

    March 26 is PURPLE DAY!

    Epilepsy is the most common serious neurological condition in the world. An estimated 50+ million people across the globe are currently living with seizures. Epilepsy is more than three times as common as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and cerebral palsy. Sadly however, due to the longstanding social stigmas and misconceptions associated...

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  3. Quest Diagnostics to provide whole exome sequencing service to diagnose neurological disorders

    Quest Diagnostics to provide whole exome sequencing service to diagnose neurological disorders

    Quest Diagnostics (NYSE: DGX), the world’s leading provider of diagnostic information services, today announced the availability of Neurome™, a whole exome sequencing service designed to aid the diagnosis of rare neurological disorders in pediatric populations. Personalis, Inc., a leading genomics-based diagnostic laboratory, developed and performs the lab-developed test exclusively for...

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  4. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Warning Signs.

    Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Warning Signs.

    If you take medication and start feeling flu symptoms and getting a strange rash, it is something to be monitored closely, seek medical attention immediately if the rash persists or grows. Stevens-Johnson syndrome is a rare, serious disorder of your skin and mucous membranes. It’s usually a reaction to a medication...

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