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Brain and nervous system :
Coma

Coma comes from a Greek word meaning deep sleep – a person in a coma is in a profound state of unconsciousness from which they cannot be awakened. This happens usually as a result of injury, disease, or poison.

This online group on coma will help you reach doctors who are familiar with the condition and others who are coping with loved ones in coma.

 

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