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Monthly Archives: November 2006

Florida Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week

Darrell Gwynn Foundation Spearheads Florida Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week to Educate the Community November 13 - 19 - First-ever week aimed at paralysis...

Injured man sees new hope in Russia

HILLIARD - Raymond Krolikowski just wants to hug his wife and daughters again. Krolikowski, 31, has been paralyzed from the shoulders down since a bull-riding...

Sweating on a hard sell

The scientific community is holding its collective breath, hoping a change of legislation will allow members to stay in Australia to pursue breakthroughs in...

People with spinal injuries get help at Project Walk

The rigorous exercise program helps patients regain some mobility and confidence BEAVERTON -- A new Beaverton business uses exercise to help clients with spinal-cord injuries...

Stem-cell researchers welcome midterm results

The dramatic change in the US political landscape after Tuesday’s midterm elections will likely have a big effect on stem-cell research, experts say. Researchers who...

New spinal research lab at VGH

Twenty years ago, Rick Hansen was pushing his way across Canada on the last leg of his Man in Motion World Tour. This week...

Back home again

It’s been a roller coaster of emotions for Rusty Begnaud since the swimming pool accident last June that left him a paralyzed. Returning home...

Paraplegic LI politician seeks state senate seat

SMITHTOWN, N.Y. -- The title of her autobiography says it all about Brooke Ellison's longshot chance of upsetting a two-term incumbent Tuesday in her...

We have to work hard

BETHEL -- For Cisco Fernandes, the adage that you have to crawl before you can walk is more than just a metaphor for life. When...

Stem Cell Sciences to test neural stem cells for spinal cord injury

LONDON (AFX) - Stem Cell Sciences PLC said its Neural Stem Cells (NS cells) are to enter pre-clinical testing for spinal cord injury in...