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Monthly Archives: February 2008

Manitoba gives $3M boost to spinal injury treatment

The Manitoba government will spend $3 million over the next five years making sure people with spinal cord injuries receive the most up-to-date services. Premier Gary Doer and other government officials announced the funding in...

Injury fund fees shifted to all drivers

INDIANAPOLIS — State Senators gave a boost Wednesday to efforts to put Indiana at the forefront of medical research to treat patients with spinal cord and brain injuries. Senators approved a plan to keep the...

Father Muller to host seminar on Physiotheraphy

Mangalore February 27, 2008: The Department of Physiotherapy, Father Muller Medical College is organizing Two day workshop on "Physiotheraphy Management of people with Spinal Cord Injuries" on 29 of February and 1st of March...

Nano Scaffold Developed To Rebuild Nerve Damage

ScienceDaily (Feb. 27, 2008) — A Monash University PhD student has developed a new technique that could revolutionise stem cell treatment for Parkinson's disease and spinal cord injury. David Nisbet from Monash University's Department of...

StemCyte Expands Support of World Renowned Spinal Cord Injury Researcher Through Agreement with Rutgers...

StemCyte, Rutgers Sign Research, Licensing Agreement for Novel Human Umbilical Cord Blood Treatment for Spinal Cord Injury Being Developed by Wise Young, M.D., Ph.D. NEW YORK, Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- StemCyte Inc. and Rutgers, The...

Overturning 2006 vote favoring stem cell research is criminal

Fifteen months ago Missourians passed the Missouri Stem Cell Amendment to protect research for lifesaving cures that could benefit 125 million Americans. On Feb. 20 a Missouri judge forgot that election results are the collective...

Pressing On – San Antonio, TX

Pressing On is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization which provides a specialized exercise-based training program for those living with paralysis and other physical disabilities. The programs are customized for each client's needs and...

Spinal Cord Injury May Not Increase Risk of Heart Disease

Newswise — Americans who live with spinal cord injury do not appear to be at greater risk of developing carbohydrate and lipid disorders such as insulin resistance, diabetes, impaired glucose tolerance, and high or...

Miracle boy fights back from spinal cord injury

GRAND RAPIDS -- Wanyae Givens' chances of surviving the auto accident that nearly severed his spine at the base of his skull were extremely slim. But less than two weeks after he nearly died,...

U of L researchers get federal grants for spinal cord research

Elizabeth Fust was part of a crowd Monday honoring University of Louisville researchers who won $4.7 million in federal grants. For Fust, the ceremony was more personal, knowing she might someday benefit from the...