Friday, March 24, 2006

Botox helps children with cerebral palsy

From the CEC Smart Brief:

An Australian study has found that a new method of injecting botox, coupled with long-term physio and occupational therapy, has extended the benefits of the the drug for more than 12 months in many children with cerebral palsy. The mother of one seven-year-old says the new treatment improved her daughter's fine-motor skills. ninemsn (Australia) (3/24)

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