The Bizarre Future of Stroke Treatment

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    Even with rapid action, strokes can lead to lasting brain damage. So researchers are developing new techniques like freezing brains to buy time and using using parts of pork bladders to regrow brain tissue.
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David Heller
David Heller

Transhumanism

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Zeke Hartman
Zeke Hartman

Can it Treat Vascular Dementia?

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Maria Teresa
Maria Teresa

For the friggin longest time I thought "stroke" was a synonym of "heart attack" because people say "almost had a stroke" and in my language we say "almost had a heart attack " so my dumb brain made the connection. I guess I learned two things today.

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Don Bruno Richard Martínez Olazábal Viavicencios
Don Bruno Richard Martínez Olazábal Viavicencios

So, Master Hank, as with all things, I am a statistical outlier, this time beyond 7 Standard Deviations. My 3rd & 4th surgery were supposed to be sequential. In through the stomach, ~3.5-4 hours. To install a cage, 2 rods and 4 screws. Things went sideways immediately. I was dead for 6:12 min and had 1 Stroke, and this took over 7.5 hours. 40 hours later, a similar surgery was begun in through my back. 1 cage, 6 screws, 2 rods. Again things went sideways quickly. I again bled out, was dead for 6:52 minutes and 2 strokes. All the hardware is in my body, connected to nothing. Over the course of the next 10 months to 15 months, all 3 strokes healed. More than that, each stroke site ended up 3 x’s as many Neurons, Glia, Dendrites, Synapses and Axions. One of the strokes was on myLeft Optical Nerve. In the 10 months it took to heal, the muscles that hold the eye in place atrophied such that my Left eye lowered 2-3mm. Which means my eye have 2 separate planes of vision. As a result, I wear glasses with microscopic prisms to bring the eyes into the same focal plane. Nonetheless my 3 stokes now have 3 x’s as many neurons, and the gang, as the brain matter surrounding the stroke sites. I’m in so kind of research study.

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Raymond K Petry
Raymond K Petry

*_...why-wasn't pork-brain-direct sufficient structure for scaffolding..._*

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paperwitch83
paperwitch83

My dad had a stroke almost a year ago and the only reason he recovered so well is my mom calling an ambulance and doctor as soon as she realized what was going on and then FAST treatment by first responders and medical staff in the hospital. Time is of essence here so first aid is super important.

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kinkylogic
kinkylogic

"*For Every Degree* you reduce a person's core body temperature..." Celsius or Fahrenheit?

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Giovanna Barros
Giovanna Barros

Is Hank in every youtube video? Omg

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Thomas PC
Thomas PC

So if one is having a stroke, would putting ice packs on their head while waiting for help be of any benefit?

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McHaven07
McHaven07

Wow, that's the first time you guys have mentioned Extra Cellular Matrix, to my knowledge. My dad mentioned it to me some 15 years ago or so; it's cool to hear its becoming more widely known.

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McHaven07
McHaven07

Wow, that's the first time you guys have mentioned Extra Cellular Matrix, to my knowledge. My dad mentioned it to me some 15 years ago or so; it's cool to hear its becoming more widely known.

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Mika Peltokorpi
Mika Peltokorpi

This is called nutritional ketosis. I have continuous +34,0 °C ... 34,5 °C body temp, fewerish: +35,5 °C ... +36,0 °C.

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heliosphaere sonnen_wind_kind
heliosphaere sonnen_wind_kind

my father was cooled down after his heart had stopped. saved his life.

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Leffer suck it
Leffer suck it

So if My Friend has a stroke should i spray Cold water on his head?

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Iron Bars Jack
Iron Bars Jack

Why do these videos ALWAYS come out the SECOND I experience them??

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Beskamir
Beskamir

Those FAST symptoms are only fully applicable for the majority of strokes. If you were to get a stoke in the posterior cerebral artery you wouldn't exactly exhibit slurred speech the say way that a stroke in the middle cerebral artery causes.

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Ross Brubaker
Ross Brubaker

Very nice video. I wanted to let you know that in medicine, we generally pronounce the “VEG” of VEG-F they same way you pronounce the “veg” in vegetable.

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First Last
First Last

Hank, I don't like the new guy. Just letting you know.

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Ace Hardy
Ace Hardy

📙💯

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Christy T
Christy T

I run cold (97.1°F) so maybe I won’t ever need to be made into a braincicle. Brrr!

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Fringes
Fringes

Therapeutic hypothermia have been proven to be really effective in preserving brain integrity especially from stroke, tbi, convulsion d/t fever or epilepsy and many other things. The problem is, is not as easily accessible and convenient in tropical 3rd world countries.

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Riko Lime
Riko Lime

I was taught FAST stood for Face, Arms, Smile, and Talk. If their fave is droopy on one side or seems crooked, hold your arms out straight forward and if one is notably lower or wrong, have the person smile and look for a crooked smile, and have the person say a moderately difficult sentence and listen for slurring or confusion on words. My gramma had a stroke once after my granny passed. No one knew. She had no real symptoms other than she has slightly slurred speech. She cried a lot so she chalked it up to the tears, until my aunt made her go in, and they found out she had had a stroke.

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metroid 6464
metroid 6464

All thanks to science and research.

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John Perez
John Perez

Hello! Neurology resident here. I love the channel and thanks for the video on therapeutic hypothermia (TH)! Let's give a little more nuance to this topic, though. First off, while the mechanism of action of therapeutic hypothermia lends it a lot of promise, clinical data has not been robust enough to support the use of TH in acute stroke. This has been echoed by the very source cited in the video [1]. As far as neurology is concerned, the only evidence-based situation where TH between 32°C-36°C is strongly recommended and proven beneficial is in cardiac arrest [2]. In fact, TH is standard of care in cardiac arrest (given some inclusion/exclusion criteria). There might be other uses for TH in other specialties, but I will defer that discussion to their respective experts. Second, "therapeutic hypothermia" has been replaced by the term, targeted temperature management (TTM). This change in terminologies was due to findings that in some cases, it's not hypothermia per se that's beneficial, but keeping temperature tightly controlled within a certain range using various methods. In the case of stroke (both hemorrhagic and ischemic), maintaining NORMOthermia has been proven beneficial and is part of standard of care [3]. I doubt that TH is beneficial in hemorrhagic stroke as hypothermia induces bleeding and is in fact one of the things we watch out for in patients undergoing TH. This meta-analysis does not find TH beneficial in hemorrhagic stroke [4]. As for severe brain trauma, guidelines do not recommend TH [5]. While it is really exciting to discover the theoretical underpinnings and experimental models of these potential treatments, we must still evaluate the clinical data available before we start recommending TH to our critically ill patients in the real world. Thanks, SciShow! Keep it up! [1] Almekhlafi M, Kuczynski A, Demchuk A. Therapeutic hypothermia: Applications in adults with acute ischemic stroke. Brain Circulation. 2019;5(2):43. doi:10.4103/bc.bc_5_19 [2] Donnino MW, Andersen LW, Berg KM, et al. Temperature Management After Cardiac Arrest. Circulation. 2015;132(25):2448-2456. doi:10.1161/cir.0000000000000313 [3] Powers WJ, Rabinstein AA, Ackerson T, et al. 2018 Guidelines for the Early Management of Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke: A Guideline for Healthcare Professionals From the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. Stroke. 2018;49(3). doi:10.1161/str.0000000000000158 [4] Yao Z, You C, He M. Effect and Feasibility of Therapeutic Hypothermia in Patients with Hemorrhagic Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. World Neurosurgery. 2018;1 11:40 4-412.e2. doi:10.1016/j.wneu.2018.01.020 [5] Carney N, Totten AM, O’Reilly C, et al. Guidelines for the Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury, Fourth Edition. Neurosurgery. 2016;80(1):6-15. doi:10.1227/neu.0000000000001432

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Jo Luffman
Jo Luffman

I really appreciate your citations. You are the hero we need, desperately.

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Kay
Kay

Hypothermia induces bleeding? It was my understanding that blood vessels constrict when exposed to cold. Not that I'm saying you're wrong or anything, just curious what you mean there.

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Ugandan Knuckles
Ugandan Knuckles

I'm always weak in my arms after masturbating, I get tired so my face gets weak and I have problems speaking after the deed is done. Confirmed, every time I ejaculate my brain tries to evacuate by committing sudoku through stroke.

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Erik Borg
Erik Borg

Hank, get some MDs on your team... This is more science fiction than science news...

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Jo Luffman
Jo Luffman

Erik Borg You should read more journals. This has been studied for a while, starting with people that survive extreme hypothermia.

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Malavoy L
Malavoy L

Of course there is 'caffeinol' which lowers the 'lemming effect' message from dying brain cells which is saying 'hey, I'm dying, why don't the rest of you join me D~". Then there is the problem of whether that 'scaffolding' will be considered 'kosher' for those for whom that might be important. :)

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Kay
Kay

It's wild that people would choose to die than break their religions commands. I don't understand it myself.

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SaucerJess
SaucerJess

Hemorrhagic stroke survivor here! I was 27 years old when an aneurysm in my right frontal lobe ruptured 💙

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SaucerJess
SaucerJess

@Wincent Ivan , a tingle at the back of my neck and then the worst pain I can imagine 💙

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Wincent Ivan
Wincent Ivan

Ouch, was that painful 😨, any first signs

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SaucerJess
SaucerJess

💙💙💙

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BlueDreams
BlueDreams

Zoomers are going to be immortal

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Krystof Dayne
Krystof Dayne

I think the most realistic depiction I've ever seen of what medicine might look in the future comes from the sci-fi novel/TV series The Expanse. Things like this seem to already come close to what's depicted there.

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Isak Hermansson
Isak Hermansson

Could the potential brain tissue regrowth also work for example Alzheimer's disease? You of course need to stop the disease first, but if we had a cure, could this then be used?

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Lord Grotesk
Lord Grotesk

So someday traumadocs may have a can of BrainSave that they can shake up, attach the appropriate injector nozzle, and shoot as a cryogenic foam into penetrating wounds of the cranium or during surgery that will provide thermal, structural, metabolic and medicinal support for the brain and stop people from dying like my mother did? ... ...OK.

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TeslaElectrica
TeslaElectrica

When you say the 5% energy decrease do you mean for every degree in Celsius or Fahrenheit?

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Jo Luffman
Jo Luffman

If it comes from a scientific paper, assuming Celsius is safe.

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GLaDTheresCake
GLaDTheresCake

Celcius, according to the research paper in the sources. They would have made it a bit clearer if they specified I agree.

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Mads Johnsen
Mads Johnsen

Jojo's Bizarre Stroke Adventure.

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Alexi Xeno
Alexi Xeno

I feel like he was about to rickroll us....

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PuffTheCat Puff
PuffTheCat Puff

Pig man, or man pig.

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Alex
Alex

Future?? My grandpa was put in ice in the 1950s when he had a stroke. Not really futuristic, he?

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Dexy83
Dexy83

We are all 🧠 all the ⌚ lol

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FaerieDust
FaerieDust

The research around encouraging brain regrowth is really interesting and encouraging. A family friend had a stroke and ended up forgetting most of his languages (including the language of the country he's been living in for the past 30+ years, which is the only language his children speak, and one of the languages he's known from childhood). He's forgotten most people in his life, too - his entire extended family is just gone. No idea who people are, their names, nothing. A random stroke, no previous health issues...Strokes are freaking terrifying tbh.

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MichiruEll
MichiruEll

Pronunciation guide: v-e-g-f, not veg-f :) Otherwise fascinating research!

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Kay
Kay

I pronounced it "Vejf" because I'm a rebel >:D

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Kay
Kay

I love learning about stuff I'll never be able to afford :D

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Wayne Searle
Wayne Searle

So time to induce strokes in non human primates?

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David Belen
David Belen

Hank is the freeking best, man. The whole freeking SciShow team are mad cool. Science is friken cool.

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S. cloosive
S. cloosive

Aaaand I’m amazing 👌

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Why not Dean
Why not Dean

That is the worst acronym I've ever seen.

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New Message
New Message

"There are two main types of strokes" Well three, really.. Hemorrhagic, ischemic, and if you're into the NY rock scene, musical.

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nv.f
nv.f

Now that's a forced acronym...

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nv.f
nv.f

@noodle dew I know right, it's still forced

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noodle dew
noodle dew

They did that to make it easier to remember.

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Wil Harding
Wil Harding

I worked as a stroke recovery nurse before going into graduate studies and have seen some beautiful stroke recoveries. Therapeutic hypothermia is a fantastic reason for EVERYONE to keep a giant bag of ice in their freezer. Most stroke-related brain damage occurs due to delays in identification (calling 911) and treatment. So everyone should be able to identify strokes immediately, call emergencies services, and get their loved one's neck/head surrounded by bagged ice in less than a minute. Doing so could literally mean the difference between someone never walking/speaking again and being able to do all the things they love in life.

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Jeremy Thompson
Jeremy Thompson

There are other factors at play which delay treatment from a doctor, personally I´ve seen an ambulance take an hour to get to my house (one hospital was 15 minutes away, another half an hour about), then I seen a hospital wait of 6-8 hours before they were seen by a doctor, and no... the hospital was not crammed full of people

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Emma Blomqvist
Emma Blomqvist

I guess anything from your freezer could work in a pinch?

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Nicole Hubbard
Nicole Hubbard

Interesting that this episode came out the day my pet rat had a stroke. Since I dont have access to all those fancy proteins and what-not, how can I help my rat get better??

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Kay
Kay

I'd assume similar treatment to human stroke victims. From what I've read, just make sure they're comfy, eating healthy, exercising, etc. At this point, if they've already been seen by a vet, their body will take care of the recovery. I hope they're doin okay, I had a roommate with a dumbo rat that was super precious. We all cried when he passed on ;n;

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Akhromyn -
Akhromyn -

This is medical science and neurology, why is it on SciShow psychology? >.>

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Spikeygal
Spikeygal

Because strokes affect brain function, and not all branches of psychology are independent of biology. Many of the clinicians that are involved in stroke rehab are also psychologists

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heatherwanderer777
heatherwanderer777

probably due to it having to do with the brain, they didn't know which channel to send it to?

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cynsen
cynsen

I had a major stroke and amazingly I’m sorta fine after 13 years. Filling in the brain cavity sounds very promising.

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cynsen
cynsen

@Kay You know, I think they will be new neurons just waiting to be filled with whatever information you fill them with. Like all my language which I got back through re-learning it, I'm pretty sure they are all new neurons. It's not like I found an new path to my old version of English. All those neurons are dead. Questions, questions, questions...

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Kay
Kay

I'm happy to hear you're doing well, strokes are scary stuff. The neural scaffolding idea does sound pretty promising, but I do wonder whether those neurons perform the same functions as those that were lost.

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cynsen
cynsen

@daga 44

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daga
daga

oh man how old are you?

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Abby C
Abby C

I fell off a cliff and landed in a stream of snowmelt. I laid there, waiting for the ambulance for 3 hours with my brother (he was the conscious one). I heard I was able to recover so well because I was like 70 degrees Fahrenheit when the helicopter got to me.

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Abby C
Abby C

Matt TheChosen thanks! I love the Korean war, too. My grandpa was drafted, so I really respect soldiers who fought in Korea! It’s actually pretty cool that you brought up Korea on my post, it makes me feel awesome to have an injury associated with the Korean War (in a small way, but it still counts)!

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Matt TheChosen
Matt TheChosen

@Abby C oh it's definitely a great story and it's great that you survived without significant injuries. I wasn't intending to downplay just how amazing stuff like that is.

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Abby C
Abby C

mysteryland it’s all good, but thank you! I agree!

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mysteryland
mysteryland

@Abby C I'm Sorry. I didn't mean to demean your case. It is totally cool! Actually I wanted to answer to Matt, who wrote about the Korean war.

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Abby C
Abby C

mysteryland I know, but isn’t it cool that nature gave me hypothermia, and that’s what saved me? I had no swelling when I got to the hospital. I’ve only had to recover from falling 70 feet, and if I’d had swelling, I’d almost certainly be dead.

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user73o1u 81716
user73o1u 81716

it's called viiiiiigef

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Mariama S.
Mariama S.

Can you do an episode on sleep debt?

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Communism is the future
Communism is the future

It hurts so badly to see a science-based show say that it’s not possible to stop the clogging of arteries. Everyone please read The China Study. It’s not a long read and it will change your life. Heart disease, heart attacks and strokes, are optional.

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Kay
Kay

Work. Sum it up for us.

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Danielle Spargo
Danielle Spargo

very very cool video, the second half gave me way more info than i expected. i knew about the first half, so was reluctant to click, but glad i did b/c of info on scaffolding and regenerating new cells

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AzureSky317
AzureSky317

What can I do to sign up my father for these studies. He suffered from a stroke a few years back and he haven’t been the same since. He goes to physical therapy and does exercises to keep his body from deteriorating but it’s just worst and worst.

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Spikeygal
Spikeygal

I'm so sorry to hear that. Some hospitals and universities run studies on stroke rehab - you can check local universities' websites for info about the kind of things they research, and e-mail the appropriate department's reception desk to ask about stroke rehab studies that might be recruiting. Best wishes to you and your dad

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Happy ClamGuy
Happy ClamGuy

Is stroke treatment slang for masturbation? Asking for a friend.

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masterimbecile
masterimbecile

I guess you can say that the scientists... got a STROKE of genius.

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GOP R TROLLS
GOP R TROLLS

Wow terrifying

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Welco
Welco

Guess you never worked in drug development. Even simple mechanism of actions often don’t work, and take forever, or have safely issues. Best case this is decades away, and certainly wouldn’t make stroke care and afterthought

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Reed L
Reed L

Therapeutic hypothermia is exactly what my parents called it when they made me park my car outside in Wisconsin winter

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BovineRage
BovineRage

AAAAAAAA I WAS LITERALLY TYPING A COMMENT ABOUT THE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX AS YOU SAID THE WORDS

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Kay
Kay

That name seems to fit pretty well :p

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Michael Henderson
Michael Henderson

Happens to me every time

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Harvest
Harvest

I'd rather not have pig bladder in my brain.

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Jo Luffman
Jo Luffman

While I’m all for whatever does the job safely and effectively. And since I don’t keep kosher or halal, I have no reason to worry that it’s pork.

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That Guy
That Guy

@Harvest You are technically correct, which is the best kind of correct.

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Harvest
Harvest

@That Guy Avoiding hospitals is a good strategy no matter what.

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That Guy
That Guy

@Harvest If your opinion of highly life-improving medical techniques is affected by whether they are yucky or not, I suggest you avoid hospitals altogether.

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Harvest
Harvest

@That Guy This isn't being sold as a cure, just a treatment. Plus, yuck. There are other treatments and I'd rather go with those, or a completely artificial scaffolding.

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Darkstar Photography
Darkstar Photography

my great grandmother died off a stroke last year, so this is particularly exciting what great news indeed

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Celina K
Celina K

4:40

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Sentient Fetus
Sentient Fetus

Wonder if some devepmental disorders love me Fetal alcohol syndrome could be strokes early devepmental. Similar symptoms. Or what short term memory lose before much is learned Dory's problem was recall not incoding

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Michael Miller
Michael Miller

Its too bad none of this was around when my Grandfather had his stroke.

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Wincent Ivan
Wincent Ivan

All we can hope for is that it's available when we needed it.

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Gioele Ciaparrone
Gioele Ciaparrone

Mine has died for one at the end of 2019.

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Michael Miller
Michael Miller

@Data Banks That too!

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Data Banks
Data Banks

Or the cancer killing T-cells from earlier this week for my father last year

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Jason Gastrich
Jason Gastrich

Awesome man. Thanks. I have learned a lot from y’all. Keep up the good work bro! 🙏

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chris Chris
chris Chris

Not sure about strokes but this guys uncontrollable arm spasms while speaking create a strobe light affect that will definitely cause seizures. An alert should precede each video.

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B S
B S

Someone is grumpy

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rgbii
rgbii

So if I think I'm having a stroke, I should eat ice cream as fast as I can. Got it. Thanks.

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TwistedByDesign
TwistedByDesign

@Greg Brockway well there goes my plans for tomorrow

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Greg Brockway
Greg Brockway

rgbii-don’t think about having a stroke, I can assure you that it’s not a fun trip

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john smith
john smith

The interesting thing is that brain freeze is caused by increased blood pressure therefore eating ice cream probably will make things worse

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Christel Headington
Christel Headington

Mice are not people. We do however, seem to have a lot of interchangeable parts with pigs.

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Rich McGee
Rich McGee

By some reports, we also taste like them when cooked.  Wasn't called "long pig" for nothing.

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Data Banks
Data Banks

hence the suggested video of '6 reasons we have to say a study was "in mice" '

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rufioh
rufioh

pretty sure it's a soft G in VEGF

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Zenytram Searom
Zenytram Searom

Cure for almost all cancer, reverse a stroke, man i love science

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Its_ Me
Its_ Me

Carlos Enrique Altuve Rangel in the Bible he does break his own word. Also, how do our choices cause things like thunderstorms and tornadoes and flooding? Also he does wellness with peoples free will in the Bible, he hardened the Pharos heart so he wouldn’t let the Jewish people go so he could make an example of him. Also also, all of this is predicated on the assumption that free will exists. Which isn’t something you can really prove due to the problem of imitation

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Carlos Enrique Altuve Rangel
Carlos Enrique Altuve Rangel

@Its_ Me Well, not really. He can make people sick of course, but God (the Christian/Jewish God) is actually not guilty of all the suffering on Earth. We are, because of our choices, and God cannot stop our freewill because He promised that our choices would be respected by Him, and contrary to what many believe, there are actually things that are impossible for Him. One of them is the fact that He cannot break his own word, and so he does not interfere in our choices or the results of our choices unless we ask Him.

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Dejay Rezme
Dejay Rezme

What if you had so many strokes and brain regrowth that your whole brain has been replaced over time? Are you still the same ship?

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soulofthedammed
soulofthedammed

Speeding humanity to it's appocalyse all the faster

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First Last
First Last

I'm still waiting for God to make me immortal.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

*Lumbrokinase?* headache/migraine = biofilm infection? Federal Dept. Of Health or HHS not corrupt from top down?

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Brains Applied
Brains Applied

It would be kinda funny if instead of healing, you started growing a pig blatter in your brain 😬

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A Better You - Evidence-Based Personal Development
A Better You - Evidence-Based Personal Development

It's unbelievable how fast science is advancing. These findings will save thousands (if not millions) of lives. We should all be grateful for them. 🙏

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Arcqueline
Arcqueline

I guess. But if you cant even afford treatments that have been readily available for years (like blood pressure meds, or EpiPens)....new discoveries in medicine aren't gonna help most people.

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Kay
Kay

@nope nopê Gotta admit, I'm a tad jelly.

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Amanda Christine
Amanda Christine

Crazy how many humans cover the earth

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nope nopê
nope nopê

@Kay Insurance?? Oh, sorry i'm from Canada, we do not get to pay for medical treatment.

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Kay
Kay

Those whose insurance will cover it, anyway.

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Lyre Paradox
Lyre Paradox

Butt is Legs?

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BovineRage
BovineRage

Butt is legs

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Ryan K
Ryan K

First. Had to do it!

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