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Groundbreaking Study Reveals Potential Treatment for COVID-19 Brain Fog


Grim Reaper 6

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Memory loss and learning difficulties are among the many confounding symptoms observed in individuals recovering from COVID-19. Yet little is known about the mechanisms of cognitive impairments like these, commonly called brain fog. In a new study, researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago have identified a mechanism that causes neurological problems in mice infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19. The researchers also found a treatment that helped prevent these changes. Sarah Lutz, assistant professor of anatomy and cell biology in the College of Medicine, led the research, which was published in the journal Brain.

Groundbreaking Study Reveals Potential Treatment for COVID-19 Brain Fog (scitechdaily.com)

Engineered Wnt7a ligands rescue blood–brain barrier and cognitive deficits in a COVID-19 mouse mode:Engineered Wnt7a ligands rescue blood–brain barrier and cognitive deficits in a COVID-19 mouse model | Brain | Oxford Academic (oup.com) 

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I hope its able to help a lot of people.

I suspect many are affected, but just dont know.

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35 minutes ago, DieChecker said:

I hope its able to help a lot of people.

I suspect many are affected, but just dont know.

Long COVID as it is known does affects many many people. To date there has been no cure for its effects, so hopefully this is an effective breakthrough. Because for those affected it has been an unrelenting side effect of COVID infections.

Thanks for your interest 

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