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Sweden research finds treatment for strokes

Researchers in Sweden say they have been able to restore brain function in mice after a stroke. The international study led by Lund University found mice treated with a molecule called a GluR5 inhibitor regained some lost brain function. The treatment needs to take place in the first few days after a stroke occurs. The hope is to eventually develop a treatment that works on humans.
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