Paralyzed Dogs Walk Again With Nose Cell Transplant

Results of Cambridge University study show how mobility is restored to the legs.
0:27 | 11/19/12

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Extremely exciting and tremendously important that's medical experts are saying about a new study but got paralyzed dogs -- looking again. And say the treatment could help people who are paralyzed the dogs. Had suffered severe spinal cord injury in scientists and -- gave them spinal injections made from the dog's own cells. From the linings of their noses stokes that got the injection showed considerable improvement. The findings are in the journal and part of me in the journal brain.

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