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Monthly Archives: February 2008

News@Northwestern – Spinal Cord Injury/Stem Cell Research

Dr. Jack Kessler changed the direction of his lab's research to focus on spinal cord injuries.

Police Dump Paralysed Man out of Wheelchair

Four US sheriff's deputies have been suspended after deliberately dumping a quadriplegic man out of his wheelchair to search him, officials have said. and...

Paralysed teenager to making skiing history

A teenager from Northampton who is paralysed from the neck down is planning to make history by becoming the first child on a ventilator...

Qualcomm event has seen death, paralysis

Tonight, top motorcycle riders from across the country will be leaping over and powering through a demanding obstacle course on the floor of Qualcomm...

The Tank Chair

Tank Chair is a Custom off-road wheelchair that can go anywhereoutdoors. Conquers Streams, Mud, Snow, Sand, and Gravel, allowing youto get back to nature,...

Salem school friends soften a family’s ordeal Group rallies to help father of three...

With the flip of a light switch, Cesar Mancebo — a strong, healthy husband and father of three — was paralyzed. During an early morning...

Progress after Adult Stem Cell Therapy Offers New Hope to Iowa Spinal Cord Injury...

Rich Welsh, a 28 year-old insurance agent from Klemme, Iowa who suffered a spinal cord injury after an automobile accident in 1999, is now...

A remarkable recovery from traumatic spinal cord injury

Atlanta — Duane Morrow was in a business meeting when his left foot fell asleep. He stood up and walked around. Then his right...

Fitness Is Important If You Have A Spinal Cord Injury

Being fit means being trim, energized, and confident and this is still important for someone with spinal cord injury. A fitness program for a spinal...

Nano scaffold rebuilds nerve damage

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...