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Monthly Archives: June 2007

Drive for adventure brings more spine injuries

The growing popularity of adventure sports is contributing to a rise in the number of serious spinal injuries, doctors said yesterday. New figures show that the number of patients in England undergoing surgery after such...

Daniels understands anger over motorcycle fee hike

$10 increase to fund studies of brain, spinal injuries Some motorcycle owners are upset that they have been singled out to pay an extra $10 registration fee to fund new efforts to track and research...

Disgraced scientist back in lab

From the crack of dawn until late at night, stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk is at work in the lab, hoping to restore his credibility after a scandal that shocked the world. Hwang gained worldwide...

New Device Helps People Walk Again

Cutting-edge technology at a Rehabilitation center in Boston is helping some patients learn to walk again. The device is called a Lokomat, and it helps patients learn the most efficient way for their bodies. "As...

Rick Hansen Wheels In Motion Announces Preliminary Nationwide Results

Thank you, Canada! VANCOUVER, June 21 /CNW/ - Preliminary results indicate that the 5th annual Rick Hansen Wheels In Motion, presented by Scotiabank, has raised over $2 million to help improve the quality of life...

New research fee upsets Indiana motorcyclists

Some motorcycle owners are upset that they have been singled out to pay an extra $10 registration fee to fund new efforts to track and research spinal cord and brain injuries -- and Gov....

To empower, to overcome

Back to Back foundation to hold fundraiser at Jesse's Restaurant on Friday MAGNOLIA SPRINGS – The Back to Back Foundation, a budding non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries, will...

Tetraplegic Living – Life Doesnt End in a Wheelchair

Wooding's website is run and owned by Penn Wooding a C5/6 tetraplegic. Penn would like to give you an insight into what it is like living life in a wheelchair, Wooding's Website is...

Bush vetoes stem cell bill

WASHINGTON — Science, religion, and politics collided Wednesday at the White House as President Bush vetoed a bill authorizing federal support for embryonic stem cell research. It is the third veto of his presidency and...

The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Expresses Disappointment Over President Bush’s Veto of the...

(Short Hills, NJ) - The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation (CDRF), the national, non-profit organization dedicated to finding cures and treatments for spinal cord injuries and improving the lives of people living with paralysis,...