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Monthly Archives: November 2006

Adult Stem Cells Proving Worth In Spinal Healing

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Debilitating spinal chord injuries not only affect mobility, but can lead to other serious health problems. However, a new groundbreaking study conducted...

Rugby injury research project

Cape Town - The Research Unit for Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, in collaboration with the Chris Burger/Petro Jackson Players' Fund, has launched a...

Cole returns from China

Terry Cole of Sikeston works on core muscle strength during a therapy session with Brooke Reed. SIKESTON — After returning a week ago today from...

Committee Review Of Stem-Cell Fraud Finds Editors Followed All Rules

In handling fraudulent stem-cell research articles, journal editors went above and beyond existing procedures to try and verify the findings, but in today's competitive...

Democrats plan to revive embryonic stem cell bill that Bush vetoed

WASHINGTON — The same embryonic stem cell bill that prompted President Bush's only veto is headed to his desk again, this time from Democrats...

Democrats eye rebirth of vetoed stem cell bill

WASHINGTON — The same embryonic stem cell bill that prompted President Bush's only veto is headed to his desk again, this time from Democrats...

A dream to walk

Beaverton - Suffering from a spinal cord injury and becoming paralyzed is a devastating and life altering event. Those once told they might never walk...

Researchers Discover Treatment for Spinal Cord Injury Pain

ST. PAUL, MN -- November 28, 2006 -- Spinal cord injury patients with moderate to severe nerve pain experienced less pain and in some...

Modified van, Marine mindset carry injured vet into a new chapter of life

FREDERICK -- An injury during his service in Iraq three years ago left Marine Sgt. Jason Wittling many things -- a quadriplegic,...

Researchers discover treatment for spinal cord injury pain

ST. PAUL, Minn – Spinal cord injury patients with moderate to severe nerve pain experienced less pain and in some cases no pain while...