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Stem Cell Injections for Stroke Patients
Words: 487 Length: 2 Pages Document Type: Peer Response Paper #: 15995786
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Peer 1 Chieyka
Damage to the brain and subsequent recovery is an interesting topic, and as you point out it is often affected most by age and functional recovery instead of structural recovery (Wilson, 2013). That is an important point because it shows that structural integrity is not everything—a lot of what matters is how functioning and how old the person is. Relearning skills lost can be easier for younger people and harder for older people. Structure, once damaged, is essentially not coming back. However, another good point that you make is that neurons and axons can grow back, which means the nerve fiber part of the nerve cell that takes part in the messaging does have to be considered. In people over the age of 25, regaining substantial functional recovery is going to be a significant trial (Arain et al., 2013). Good work, explaining what happens when…

Yadate, D., Wari, A., Bedane, K., &Gebayehu, G. (2019). A review article: Brain damage and neuroplastic responses. International Journal of Health & Allied Sciences, 8(4), 219–228. https://doi-org.proxy (Links to an external site.)
Wilson, J. F. (2013). Biological basis of behavior. 

Words: 2919 Length: 10 Pages Document Type: Research Paper Paper #: 87152391
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Anthropologist working with the VA

Definitions / Interests / Key Problems and Issues

Previous Work Performed by Anthropologists in this Area

The Employment Situation, Current Salaries and Opportunities for Advancement

ibliography of the most important books, chapters and articles

Relevant professional organizations, ethics statements and newsletters

Names / locations of PAs and others working in the content area locally and elsewhere.

Relevant Laws and Regulations

Relevant international / domestic organizations, private and public

Other helpful information you think about on your own

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan had a dramatic impact on the way someone sees themselves and the world around them. This is because many veterans have been forced to serve multiple tours and are still dealing with the lasting experiences from them. Two of primary injuries most are suffering from are post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TI). Anthropologists are seeking to understand the…

Bibliography of the most important books, chapters and articles.

2014. Summary. BLS. Electronic document, . accessed April 3, 2012

Driscoll Patricia

2010. Hidden Battles on Unseen Fronts. Drexel Hill: Casemate.

Elliot Marta