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How to help your nervous system regenerate

A neuroscientist has told how she helped her own nervous system regain its function after her nerves were damaged by a rare brain tumour.

The Irish Times understands the treatment is being investigated by the National Institute of Health in Cambridge, UK.

In her case, the tumour was found in a tumour in the brain stem of her sister.

“I’m still in the process of trying to understand exactly how this is happening,” Ms Gail said.

“It’s one of the more bizarre things I’ve ever seen in my career.”

You have these massive tumours in your brain stem.

“When you have a brain tumours it’s quite easy to imagine that you can’t do anything but live in the shadow of it.”

But the truth is, it’s possible to have a complete brain and no brain.

“The question is, how does that happen?”

What does it mean to have no brain?

“If you have no function then there’s no point in being a human being.”

We’re all connected.

“Dr Emma O’Neill, of the University of Cambridge’s Department of Neurology, is the lead researcher on the project.

She said the tumours could have damaged nerves and nerves could have suffered from damage.”

If this is normal, then we don’t have any reason to expect that it would cause any problems,” she said.

The National Institute for Health in the UK is also investigating the cause of the tumorous tumour and is expected to release a new study in the coming months.”

My work has been looking at the way that the brain functions.

“What we know is that there are about 100 million nerve cells in the human brain, which are connected in many different ways,” she added.

“And that is the main thing that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are interested in.”

What we’re also interested in is the processes that the nerve cells use to communicate and how they communicate with each other.

“So that’s what I’m really interested in doing is understanding how the brain does that.”

“In order to do that we need to know what the brain is actually doing.”

There’s a lot of mystery in the world, a lot that we don.

“But the hope is that we’ll be able to solve some of those mysteries.”

The new study, which is being conducted by Dr O’Neil and Dr Tom Mottram, also involves a team from the University College London, UK, who have used a technique called functional MRI to scan a patient’s brains.

“They can scan a whole brain in three minutes and see the connections that are happening in the nerve cell, and the nerve that’s connecting them,” she explained.

“When they do that they can actually look at the activity in the cells.”

The research, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, was supported by the British Medical Research Council.

The University of Oxford is a world leader in brain science.

It has a world-leading team of scientists working on the understanding of the human mind and how it works.