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Monthly Archives: June 2010

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Parking Mobility

Parking Mobility was born from the need to ensure accessible parking for people with disabilities. While there are many disabled parking spots assigned...

Spinal-cord research earns national honor

Dr. Anthony F. DiMarco, a physician at Metrohealth Medical Center in Cleveland, is making a difference in the lives of patients with spinal-cord injuries. His...

Targeted molecules play only minor role in axon repair

Discovery underscores difficulties in developing regenerative spinal cord injury therapies Neuroscientists at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have found that removing...

Improving Recovery From Spinal Cord Injury; Treated Rats Regain Limb Control

BALTIMORE, June 9 (AScribe Newswire) -- Once damaged, nerves in the spinal cord normally cannot grow back...

Monkey Helpers for the Disabled

Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled is a national nonprofit serving quadriplegic and other people with severe spinal cord injuries or mobility-impairments by...

Proposal to Extend Spinal Cord Research Funding Introduced

The Roman Reed Spinal Cord Injury Research Act of 2005 was created to fund spinal cord injury research at the University of California and...

Curing spinal-cord injury life’s goal for Ottawa surgeon

OTTAWA-Dr. Eve Tsai has made a real name for herself with her work in the operating room and in the research lab, Matthew Pearson...

With U.S. stem cell treatments limited, patients try other countries

Disillusioned by U.S. doctors who could not help their daughter with cerebral palsy, Kara Anderson's parents did something they could not have imagined a...

Campaign to Cure Paralysis Map

Be counted: Living with paralysis? Care about the cause? Add your voice. Show the world the strength of our community! The Christopher and Dana Reeve...

Never walk again? Yes, he did

HARTWELL - Harris Abramson remembers it like it was yesterday - the moment a surgeon stood at his hospital bed, looked down at him...