Blood Test May be Able to Detect Brain Damage

A new study from the Brain Injury Journal indicates that people might soon benefit from a blood test that can detect damaged nerve cells. Medical researchers measured a protein that is indicative of brain damage in boxers and found that the boxers had evaluated levels. Scientists also discovered that the brain damage didn’t abate after a two-month layoff from contact. This means that you cannot just wait out brain damage, it might develop later. To read more about the brain injury test, please click the link.

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