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Last year, Neuralink showed a product designed to eventually treat those with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries.
Having said all that, it’s the second problem—injury risk—that makes the new paper most interesting.
Deep brain stimulation, or treatment via electrodes implanted into the brain, is already used for traumatic brain injuries.
A study of 5,000 patients published June 11 in the Journal of Clinical Investigation found serious adverse events, such as allergic reactions or transfusion-related lung injury, occurred less than 1 percent of the time.
Suárez is fully recovered from a late winter shoulder injury.
The Blazers’ preferred starters in the front court are each set to return from the long-term injuries that had limited Collins to just three games and kept Nurkic out all year.
Some injuries have ultimately forced performers into early retirement.
Lower ACE2 activity is also involved in lung injury after SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Putting all their energy into flying could leave bats with less energy to fight off sickness or injury.
One study estimates that between 2015 and 2017, more than 2,000 battery explosions or burn injuries sent vapers to the hospital.

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