Why brain dead people need to be reclassified

Brain dead people have not recovered from brain damage, according to a new study.

The study from researchers at the University of California, San Francisco and the University at Buffalo found that the condition is characterized by the inability to move or speak.

The researchers say the condition may be caused by brain damage to the brainstem and the inability of the brain to properly heal.

The results of the study will be published in the journal Neurology.

In the study, participants who were classified as brain dead were given a series of tests to see how well they were able to understand and communicate, including questions about their condition, their personality and whether they were in pain.

They were also asked to indicate how much they appreciated a person’s support.

While some participants were able and able to express themselves, others struggled.

“In most cases, those who had brain death were able at least to understand some of the questions,” the researchers write in the study.

“It is important to recognize that many of the people who are brain dead are simply incapable of communicating, so there is no reason to expect that brain death should necessarily be a predictor of communication difficulties.”

The findings also show that while the condition can be fatal, the majority of people who have brain death have recovered within three years.

Researchers say it’s important for brain-dead people to have access to proper care, as they may have difficulty communicating and are more likely to require long-term care.

Dr. Mark Bittman, an associate professor of medicine at the university, said in a statement the study “provides a rare glimpse into a condition that, unfortunately, is so often overlooked.”

He said the research underscores the importance of improving communication and rehabilitation for those with brain damage.

“While some people with brain death experience great difficulties communicating, others who are affected by the condition are able to communicate and communicate well,” Bittmen said.

“However, there is a significant number of people in the United States who are not getting adequate support.”

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