Could you imagine how you would feel if you suffered from an injury that resulted in you losing the ability to walk or move your other limbs? What if doctors told you that unfortunately, there was nothing they could do? That news would be devastating to anyone.
Sadly, for many people with serious brain injuries, news like that is the reality. But it looks like there may be some hope for recovery after all.
Over the years, we’ve all heard about stem cells and the possibility of what they could do. Now, it looks like all of the theories and ideas we’ve heard might actually be true thanks to the success of a recent procedure.
Doctors at Stanford University has tested a new way to revive damaged brain tissue, and it appears that their method has resulted in one wheelchair-bound man being able to walk again.