This is the kind of research grants need to be given to. I am a paraplegic and know what they guy went through as I am going through it now. It is
amazing what happens in this world. Maybe we shouldn't look at stem sells as the cure all but the natural world around us.
Part of the problem is that doctors are becoming more and more reliant on what, in programming, are called Hero Systems. Essentially, these are
computers that just about every hospital has. You plug in vitals and symptoms, it spits out possible diagnoses. The problem arises that not every
disease/illness manifest exactly the same way in every person. A computer can't look at these symptoms and view them the same way a human can, so the
computer can misdiagnose or discount an illness that shouldn't be discounted. What we really need are fewer Hero Systems and more Doctor Gregory
Perhaps the venom actually mildly damaged the nerves, and the damage was noticed by the body and worked to repair the damage. Sort of like when you
lift weights, you're actually breaking down the muscle fiber but it repairs and becomes better than it was before.
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