Scientists develop toothy way to trea...

Scientists develop toothy way to treat spinal injuries

There are 1 comment on the Laos News.Net story from Dec 4, 2011, titled Scientists develop toothy way to treat spinal injuries. In it, Laos News.Net reports that:

A new study has found how teeth could be linked with spinal cord injuries and help patients walk again.

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Coral Gables, FL

#1 Dec 4, 2011
So is this saying having your wisdom teeth removed could then mean you can donate them to spinal cord injury research or is it the living tissue that they need to extract?

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