Pill May Help Paralyzed Patients Walk Again, Ohio State University and Stanford University Study
1/10/2013 7:45:36 AM
Researchers may have developed a pill that can bring paralyzed patients to their feet and help them walk once again. The pill would target the injuries of people made paralyzed after spinal cord damage, which severs communication between the brain and the body, and would need to be administered within eight to 24 hours after injury. A study performed on mice found that the drug was able to help paralyzed mice take steps once again.