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Discovery Could Help Prevent Cerebral Palsy

Submitted by jrlaw on Mar 24th, 2008

A landmark discovery in the field of cerebral palsy research and treatment was made at the Darby Children's Research Institute in South Carolina recently. Childhood disease expert Dr. Inderjot Singh discovered that a medicine commonly used to treat acetaminophen poisoning also appears to protect unborn babies' developing brains from inflammation exposure.

For more information about cerebral palsy, a neurological disorder that among other complications, affects movement and muscle coordination, visit https://www.mycerebralpalsychild.org/.