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DR. BOB MARSHALL, FORMULATOR OF MY QUANTUM NUTRITION LAB'S SUPER FOOD NUTRACEUTICALS, HAS LONG SAID THAT THE HUMAN BRAIN CAN REGENERATE BRAIN CELLS, AND THE CLINICAL STUDIES USING OUR QUANTUM DHLA HAS SHOWN THIS TO BE TRUE IN EVEN ADVANCED CASES OF MENTAL LOSS. {and in my case with MS}

MS Reversed ~ The human brain can make new cells, study finds By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Editor
Thu Feb 15, 2:11 PM ET
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New evidence shows that the human brain can manufacture fresh brain cells, researchers said on Thursday in a study that may lead to better ways to treat brain damage and autoimmune disease.

Scientists had known that other animals, such as rats and mice, make new brain cells throughout their lives and there had been indirect evidence that humans being can, too.

Using magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, scans and electron microscope images of tissue donated from the brains of people who died, Maurice Curtis of the University of Auckland in New Zealand and Peter Eriksson of Sahlgrenska Academy in Goteborg, Sweden, and colleagues found the elusive cells.

Just as in mice and rats, these cells are born in one part of the brain and then migrate to the olfactory bulb, where smells are processed. They mature into neurons on the way.

Humans have far more developed brains, so searching for these cells has been harder than it was in rodents.

"This study is exciting because it reveals a group of brain cells in the adult human brain that are continuously regenerating," said Dr. Mark Baxter of Britain's Oxford University.

"Animal studies have pointed to the existence of such groups of cells, but it has been difficult to determine whether they exist in the human brain as well," Baxter, who was not involved in the research, said in a statement.

"This opens another direction by which we may discover ways to repair human brains that are damaged from injury or diseases", Baxter said.




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