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Monthly Archives: April 2006

Spinal Cord Cures in China

China could provide a new network to safely test therapies for paralyzed patients. A growing number of patients are heading to China for experimental therapies, such as cell transplants to treat spinal cord injuries and...

Stem cell implant is outside mainstream

SOUTH BEND -- In his quest to help victims of spinal cord injury, Dr. Steven Hinderer admits he's ventured outside the comfort zone of conventional wisdom and standard practice. Hinderer, medical director of the Center...

UI Research Aims To Help Patients With Spinal Cord Injury

Richard Shields, Ph.D., University of Iowa professor in the Graduate Program in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, can foresee a time when it might be possible to cure spinal cord injury (SCI). However, if...

Spinal cord injury treatments studied

IOWA CITY, Iowa, April 5 (UPI) -- University of Iowa scientists say early intervention and electrical stimulation can reduce Osteoporosis and Atrophy caused by spinal cord injuries. Researcher Richard Shields, a professor of Physical Therapy...

Spinal Cord Injury Research Advocate at Keene State College

KEENE, N.H. 4/3/06 - On Wednesday, April 12, Travis Roy, the author of Eleven Seconds: A Story of Tragedy, Courage, and Triumph, will speak in the Mabel Brown Room, Student Center, at 1:30...