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Researchers investigating progesterone treatment for traumatic brain injury

Oregon Health & Science University researchers are launching a study to evaluate progesterone treatments for traumatic brain injuries. Preliminary studies suggest the naturally occurring hormone stops damage to brain cells if it’s administered within four hours of a blow to the head or other traumatic head injury.

Read the OHSU press release

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