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Monthly Archives: July 2007

Christopher Reeve Foundation Spinal Cord Injury Research Network Receives DoD Grant

Newswise — A multi-million dollar grant from the United States Department of Defense (DoD) will allow six hospital centers, including the Methodist Neurological Institute...

The gift that keeps on giving

Matthew Nagle only lived 27 years, but his example of encouraging disabled people to strive for a better way of life by participating in...

Nominate someone for the SCI Hall of Fame! Deadline Aug.15

Nominations for the 2007 Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Hall of Fame are officially open! Anyone can nominate candidates in any of 14 categories by completing...

Promise Shown For Curing Injured Spinal Cord By Radiation Therapy Combined With Microsurgery

Research on rats with crushed spinal cords, similar to human injury, reveals that treatment soon after injury combining radiation therapy to destroy harmful cells...

Paralyzed athletes pin hopes on UCI researcher

An Irvine professor studies stem cells to look for a treatment for spinal cord injuries. The motorcycle roars to life. From his wheelchair David Bailey watches...

On a roll

Jesse Billauer rolls into the Beverly Hills Hotel with a blonde bombshell by his side and immediately attracts everyone's attention as soon as he...

Can Nose Cells Help Spinal Cord Injuries?

INDIANAPOLIS -- A doctor in Portugal is recruiting people through an Indiana hospital for a study on whether cells in nasal tissue can...

New spinal cord injury therapy developed

NEW YORK, July 25 (UPI) -- U.S. medical scientists have developed a new spinal cord therapy that helps the body permanently recover from...

Paralysis Victim Uses Record Jury Award to Give Back

Family of Man Confined to a Wheelchair and Attorneys Donate $1 Million to The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis TAMPA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A man left forever...

Rider slowly recovering from injury; Mother ‘overwhelmed’ by community support during fundraiser

Nathalie Lawson is grateful to the more than 400 people who have provided her with a little peace of mind while she oversees her...