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Monthly Archives: April 2010

Sam Schmidt Paralysis Foundation news

A Victory Lap for All On March 26, 2010 the Sam Schmidt Paralysis Foundation teamed up with The Challenged Athletes Foundation of Florida and the Shoot For A Cure campaign in a race for recovery...

Abilities Expo 2010

Abilities Expo at the LA Convention Center on April 10th - 11th

Stem Cell Treatments Might Soon Cure Paralysis

Hans Keirstead, a researcher at University of California, Irvine, is set to begin a small human trial of his embryonic stem cell treatment on patients with spinal cord injuries. The treatment is designed for...

After Spinal Cord Injuries, Can Men Still Have Children? – Dr. Bastuba

Doctor Bastuba explains if men with spinal cord injuries can still have children. A male spinal cord injured patient, a wonderful human being, in his early 30s with a wife who is 27, this male...

Ameristar makes record donation

Money helps VA Medical Center buy equipment Ameristar's workplace giving campaign presented a $236,000 donation to the VA Medical Center Spinal Cord Injury Service, the largest donation ever received by the St. Louis VA SCI...

Canadian Provinces Pledge Millions for Spinal Cord Injury Research

On the final day of the Winter Paralympics in Vancouver, British Columbia (BC), Premier Gordon Cambell told the press that BC would give $25 million to spinal cord injury research. Rick Hansen, a Canadian...

Catheter and Medical Supply Company, 180 Medical, Partners With Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

180 Medical, a leading Nationally Accredited provider of sterile use catheters, urologic and disposable medical supplies, announced today they have partnered with the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to fund innovative spinal cord injury...

Multidisciplinary approach can help spinal cord injury treatment

A multidisciplinary approach is most likely to achieve results for treatment of spinal cord injuries (SCI), according to a new study. Newer therapeutic approaches including stem cell therapy and novel drug formulations hold special...

Next decade offers promise for treatment of spinal cord injuries

New study says a multidisciplinary approach is most likely to achieve results Although new developments in the management of spinal cord injuries (SCI) are on the horizon, any eventual cure for the condition is more...