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Dogs Paralyzed By Spinal Damage Walk Again After Nose Cell Transplants

Clinical Herbalist Reviewed on November 28, 2012 by Paulina Nelega, RH
Posted in News


This is amazing: a new treatment for paralyzed dogs! This happened at the University of Cambridge. Olfactory nerve cells from the noses of the dogs were injected into the injured part of the spinal cord and some of the spinal tissue regenerated and the dogs were able to walk again!
Read full article at Huffington Post

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