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Cohen’s Brain Bits: Bio-Marks the Spot in TBI?

As public scrutiny surrounding concussion continues to intensify, so too does the search for objective data to diagnose and track improvement following traumatic brain injury (TBI). Blood biomarkers would be an excellent noninvasive solution -- assuming they were a reliable measure of damage, correlated with the severity of damage, improved in concert with clinical recovery, and blood tests to assess the biomarkers were both sensitive and specific.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

A blood marker that works in both animals and humans is the rise in the AA/EPA ratio.  The best treatment is the reduction of the AA/EPA ratio to reduce the inflammation in the brain.





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