Saturday, March 26, 2016

Neurogenesis (#2)

Richard (Dick) L. Burns
Live or Die: A Stroke of Good Luck
Wednesday, January 26, 2011

It was long thought that we were born with as many brain cells as we'll ever have.  The brain never regenerates itself, regrows and replaces dead ones after injury or stroke.

My book, "Live or Die - A Stroke of Good Luck" tells why this is not true, that brain cells regenerate, new cells actually grow and replace dead ones.  And, if this were not true, I wouldn't be alive, functioning, learning  to play a new sport, writng a book.

Read all about this in the new Winter Edition of "StrokeSmart," Magazine published andf distributed nationally by the National Stroke Association.

More on the medical studies, doctors, scientists, countries to come.

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