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IU Researchers Identify Promising Treatment Option for People Suffering From Aggression After Traumatic Brain Injury

A drug originally developed in the 1960s as an antiviral medication is showing promise as a treatment option for people who suffer from increased feelings of aggression following traumatic brain injury, Indiana University School of Medicine researchers have reported.
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