Growth hormone may have role in boosting cognitive function after stroke

Australian researchers are part of an international collaboration investigating whether growth hormone may have a role as a ‘brain fertiliser’ to improve cognitive function in stroke survivors. A team of researchers from the University of Newcastle, NSW and Hunter Medical Research Institute is working with endocrinologist Professor Jörgen Isgaard from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden ...

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