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Cure Research for Cerebral Palsy

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Cure Research discussion for Cerebral Palsy:

Research suggests that cerebral palsy results from incorrect cell development early in pregnancy. For example, a group of researchers has recently observed that more than one-third of children with cerebral palsy also have missing enamel on certain teeth. Scientists are also examining other events—such as bleeding in the brain, seizures, and breathing and circulation problems—that threaten the brain of a newborn baby. Some investigators are conducting studies to learn whether certain drugs can help prevent neonatal stroke, and other investigators are examining the causes of low birth-weight. Other scientists are exploring how brain insults (like brain damage from a shortage of oxygen or blood flow, bleeding in the brain, and seizures) can cause the abnormal release of brain chemicals and trigger brain disease. (Source: excerpt from NINDS Cerebral Palsy Information Page: NINDS)

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Clinical Trials for Cerebral Palsy

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Evidence Based Medicine Research for Cerebral Palsy

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