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Executive Summary

There is presently no treatment specifically approved to halt the neurological damage that continues for hours and days in the wake of a brain injury. But there is an already-approved compound that some scientists and clinicians believe will prove helpful. The backers of NeuroPharma are betting that a new formulation of cyclosporin, the drug long used to prevent rejection of transplanted organs, can be shown to have a beneficial effect on people with TBI.

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