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Monthly Archives: April 2004

Teen crash victim heads home from rehab

Samantha Bitterman, a Churchville-Chili High School senior severely injured in a car crash in October, left a Chicago Rehabilitation hospital today and returned to her Buffalo Road home here. An Air International medic jet whisked...

Rehabilitation Process of Persons With Spinal Cord Injury

Rehabilitation Process of Persons With Spinal Cord Injury Spinal cord injury (SCI) can occur at any time to any individual. Acute SCI is an unexpected event that can result from a fall or a...

Paraplegic from Spain is making strides in therapy here

Oscar Segovia pedaled a stationary bike in a crowded gym. He'd already done some stretching and gone for a short walk. After lunch, he planned to hit the pool. But Segovia, 24, of Manresa, Spain,...

New Wheelchair Climbs Stairs

CHICAGO (CBS 2) Imagine a paralyzed person being able to reach something from the top shelf at a grocery store without help or climbing stairs on their own. It's all possible for some thanks...

Govt backs Wallaby gene research

THE Victorian government has backed a $12 million study of a wallaby species that might lead to better treatments for cancer and spinal cord injury, it was announced in Melbourne today. But Victorian Nationals leader...

Preclinical And Clinical Testing Of New Therapies

Researchers have identified a wide variety of potential therapies for spinal cord injury. To efficiently evaluate these therapies, however, investigators need to carry out well-designed preclinical and clinical trials that will reveal the benefits...

Linux on Power from IBM for Critical Stem Cell Research

Department of Molecular Biology Displaces Dell, Turns to IBM for Crucial Technology NEW YORK, N.Y., April 1, 2004 - Today at a press conference in New York City, IBM announced that Princeton University has implemented...