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Monthly Archives: February 2006

Rehab Methods Equally Good at Restoring Walking Ability

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 28 - When getting patients with incomplete spinal cord injuries back on their feet and walking, either of two rehab approaches...

Olympic flag passed onto Vancouver mayor for 2010 Winter Games

TURIN, Italy -- The Olympic flag has been passed to Vancouver for the 2010 Winter Games. Vancouver Mayor Sam Sullivan accepted the five-ringed flag from...

Scientist Hopes For Stem Cell Success

(CBS) If paralyzed people are ever going to walk again, it might be because of the scientist in this story. His name is Dr....

Murderball Nominated for an Academy Award

Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, Murderball also took the Audience Award for an American Documentary and a Special Jury Prize...

Southeast Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center

The Southeast Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center is one of ten Regional ADA & I T Centers on the Americans with Disabilities Act...

Center for Assistive Technology & Environmental Access (CATEA)

The Center for Assistive Technology & Environmental Access (CATEA), formerly known as the Center for Rehabilitation Technology, has been in existence for over...

The Diveheart Foundation

Building confidence and independence in children and adults with disabilities is the primary mission of the Diveheart Foundation Through SCUBA diving, snorkeling and related activities...

Diveheart Foundation

The Diveheart Foundation was founded in Early 2001 and is a non-profit tax exempt ( 501-C3 ) national organization chartered in the state of...

Tetra Society of North America

The Tetra Society of North America is dedicated to assisting people with disabilities to achieve an independent and fulfilling life in the community.

Geron wants to test stem-cell spinal cord treatment in humans

Scientists have made stunning progress helping paralyzed rats and mice walk again by injecting them with stem cells. Now researchers at Geron of Menlo...