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Miami Project to Cure Paralysis/ Buoniconti Fund: “You Raise Me Up” and NBC Beijing Olympic Tribute

| Source: themiamiproject.org

This moving video is about the incredible work being done everyday at the Miami Project To Cure Paralysis, the world’s largest spinal cord injury research center, as we work toward achieving our goal….a CURE for paralysis.

This video also includes a stirring tribute to the heroes of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Narrated by NBC’s Bob Costas, featuring NFL Hall of Famer Miami Dolphin Nick Buoniconti, his son Marc Buoniconti who was paralyzed playing football, and the inspirational story of Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett who was paralyzed in the first game of the NFL season last year but thanks to the science developed at the Miami Project (mild hypothermia), he was able to get out of his wheelchair and walk away from the accident.

Video to the tune of Josh Groban, “You Raise Me Up” Please watch this amazing video, and if you would like more information about the Miami Project, please visit us at www.themiamiproject.org or www.thebuonicontifund.com

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