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Monthly Archives: March 2007

Advanced Medical Institute Inc. Offers Men With Spinal Cord Injuries a New Lease on...

SYDNEY, Australia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Advanced Medical Institute Inc. (AVMD.PK or AMI), a leading provider of treatment for Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation in Australasia, announces a...

War Vet Caught in Red Tape

BOSTON, Mass. - March 09, 2007 - A soldier who was discharged from the West Roxbury VA hospital before Thanksgiving is still waiting for...

Andara OFS Therapy for Acute Spinal Cord Injury repair

We’ve written before about Cyberkinetics Neurotechnology Systems’ BrainGate, a brain-implant device designed to control a computer, assistive devices and eventually, limb movement. The company’s...

Fundraiser aids injured woman

A fundraiser to help offset costs of medical care for a South African woman recovering from a spinal cord injury will be held Friday,...

Scientists plan China, HK, Taiwan stem cell trial

Scientists are preparing for a large clinical trial in 2008 which aims to use stem cells to help 400 patients with spinal cord injuries...

India’s 1st public stem cell bank soon

Every year around 25 million children are born in India, almost one every second! Result: a bursting population. But this is not a story...

Grandparents Need to Be Aware of the Critical Need to Buckle-Up the Grandkids

70% of spinal cord injuries in children result from Motor vehicles, most without seatbelts March 8, 2007 – When today's senior citizens were kids, there...

Paralyzed man donates $1M

Tim Reynolds is not just any ordinary guy. He has it all — a wife and three children, a house overlooking the Navesink River,...

Rockwood Hunter Receives “Wheelin’ Sportsmen” Award

Bill Bowen of Rockwood, Tenn., is a natural at giving. For years, he worked at a tree service company, providing for his growing family...

Volunteer Finds Her Role in Helping

“People have helped me my entire life; I'm tired of that. I want to help people,” 25-year-old Zan Peavy insisted. On her first disaster...