Are our soldiers being treated?
by Beth Vandenberg
I became interested in TBI when my soldier son had too many friends coming home with TBI'S, some mild some seriously debilitating, I now work as a caregiver for a man who suffered a serious TBI 6 years ago..I cringe to think he could have been healed if someone in the ER where he was in a coma with a GCS of 3 had known of progesterone therapy for TBI. He has lost so much. He sent me this link and I know of this clinical trial for progesterone during the first hours after a TBI . But my questions are can this progesterone IV or therapy help years after the initial TBI? Are medics in the field where so many of our soldiers suffer TBI's using this as a trial?