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Monthly Archives: November 2008

Stem-cell therapy in Moscow attracting patients from West

MOSCOW — Every three months, David Martin, a quadriplegic, returns to a small clinic here in the Russian capital for therapy he cannot legally...

Obama may reverse many Bush actions

WASHINGTON -- Transition advisers to President-elect Barack Obama have compiled a list of about 200 Bush administration actions and executive orders that could be...

Duo in 22-mile ‘crossing’ of English Channel

TWO women are swimming the width of the English Channel to raise money for a spinal cord injuries charity. Fiona Conyers and Eleanor Coultish...

Peer-Reviewed Flexiciser Clinical Trials Published by the Journal for Spinal Cord Medicine

Carlsbad, CA, November 08, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Flexiciser International which provides movement therapy solutions for people with mobility challenges today announced that its Clinical Trials...

Stairway to Heaven

Ascending the basement stairs with his wheelchair strapped to him.

Paralyzed former drag racer Gwynn still passionate about racing, fishing

Paralyzed champ stays busy running foundation, fishing tournaments Weston - As a champion drag racer, Darrell Gwynn was unstoppable. Despite a devastating accident during a 1990...

Nerves damaged by brain and spinal cord injuries regenerated in mice

Washington, November 7 (ANI): Nerves damaged by brain or spinal cord injury may be regenerated by silencing natural growth inhibitors, according to a...

Queen’s neuroscientist wins national award for spinal research

Kingston - Queen's University professor of Physiology Ken Rose has been selected as the 2008 recipient of the prestigious Barbara Turnbull Award for research...

Researchers use nanoparticles to deliver treatment for brain, spinal cord injuries

Purdue University researchers have developed a method of using nanoparticles to deliver treatments to injured brain and spinal cord cells. A team led by Richard...

Two months after paralyzing spinal cord injury, Mason-Hale on the mend

Chris Mason-Hale vividly remembers the football play that changed his life. The scene rolls through his mind with the same detail as the action...