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medical illustration of Neurologists studying the roots of human consiousness have discovered that when a person cannot hear but sees something that should produce a sound, the auditory region of the brain still lights up.
Next medical illustration of One of the greatest hurdles to creating new viable drugs is increasing their longevity before they're broken down within the body. One approach is to cloak the therapeutic proteins in a polymer (polyethylene glycol–PEG), vastly increasing its lifetime in the body and thus its efficacy.

Increasing Therapeutic Drugs' Life-spans

Neurologists studying the roots of human consiousness have discovered that when a person cannot hear but sees something that should produce a sound, the auditory region of the brain still lights up.

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