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Existing Diabetes Drug Minimizes Damage from Traumatic Brain Injury – Brain Injury Lawyer

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) doesn’t cause as many fatalities as some other forms of traumatic injury, but it does cause affect brain function for a lifetime.   Not to mention the cumulative cost of a lifetime of more expensive medical treatment.

Now though, research shows that an existing diabetes drug can be used to keep the effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) from worsening.  This is certainly good news for sufferers of traumatic brain injury (TBI) accidents.  The drug is already approved for treatment of diabetes.  Although it was originally designed to keep diabetes in check, and although it is effective in that role, it has already been found affect at protecting the brain against the ravages of certain brain disorders, like Alzheimer’s.

As always though, there is more research to be done.  Although this drug is effective in theory, to bring it into full effectiveness against the results of traumatic brain injury (TBI) accidents, its dosage and combination with other drugs will have to be worked out.

Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys

If you think you or someone you know have suffered a brain injury, seek medical help immediately.  Then seek the counsel of experienced brain injury attorneys like those at Reeves, Aiken, & Hightower.  We know how to fight for you and your family in serious brain injury cases.  Compare our credentials to any other law firm. Then call 877-374-5999 or contact us at this link for a private consultation. Don’t worry. We are here for you.

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