Nervous system discovery could inform stroke, pain therapies

Nervous system discovery could inform stroke, pain therapies

Published first on ScienceDaily New research published in the journal Nature for the first time reveals the atomic structure of a key molecular component of the nervous system. Scientists at OHSU used advanced imaging techniques to ascertain the resting state of an...

read more
Nervous system discovery could inform stroke, pain therapies

How thalidomide is effective against cerebral infarction

Published first on ScienceDaily Notoriously remembered as a major pharmaceutical scandal approximately 60 years ago, thalidomide caused severe birth defects since many pregnant women took the drug as a remedy for their morning sickness. In recent years, however,...

read more
TENSION: Could more patients benefit from thrombectomy?

TENSION: Could more patients benefit from thrombectomy?

TENSION: A new international study funded by EU, hoping to extend the benefits of mechanical thrombectomy A large new international study hoping to extend the benefits of mechanical thrombectomy has been launched. Thrombectomy is a treatment for certain types of acute...

read more
Nervous system discovery could inform stroke, pain therapies

Scientific meeting about Angels Initiative held in Macedonia

Angels Initiative builds a global community of stroke centers and stroke ready hospitals, working each day to improve the quality of treatment for each patient with stroke. Written by Prof. Dr Anita Arsovska and Dr Maja Bozhinovska-Smicheska 26.02.2018, Skopje, R....

read more

Life with spasticity