Researchers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine are working on an oxygen gel that can be injected into wounded muscles to sustain tissue and limbs and perhaps lives. Eventually, the technique could be used with bone, skin, ligament and tendon in complex regenerative treatments. The research is part of a larger program to treat battlefield injuries.
Muscle regeneration therapy might prevent amputations
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