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Scripps Research Scientists Find Clue to Cause of Childhood Hydrocephalus


September 7, 2011

Jerold Chun Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute have found what may be a major cause of congenital hydrocephalus, one of the most common neurological disorders of childhood that produces mental debilitation and, sometimes, death in premature and newborn children. Full Story

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