Monday, September 27, 2021

Tag: Miracle

Water works on paralysis

MTSU research brings amazing results As miracles go, it's not quite walking on water. But for paralyzed volunteers taking part in an MTSU study, walking...

Stem-Cell Breakthrough

It's a chilling thought. In the coming year, 130,000 people worldwide will suffer spinal-cord injuries—in a car crash, perhaps, or a fall. More than...

Ray of hope for patients with spinal cord injury

LUCKNOW: Pace of life subdues with age. For 56-year-old Saroj things may be worse. She fell from her roof-top in Basti last week and...

Learning to live a new kind of life

Gothenburg teen with spinal cord injury learns about change She’s paralyzed from her belly button to her toes but Aubrey Freeze was more than ready...

A walking miracle: Swampscott’s Tom Smith overcame an injury that nearly put him in...

No one was sure if Tom Smith was going to be able to chase down the skater that had slipped away from the pack...

The Whole World Is Watching

Hope—and anxiety—run high as the first clinical trial of embryonic-stem-cell therapy begins this summer. Six weeks before the hoopla over President Barack Obama's executive order...

Man receives therapy in China

HOYLETON — As a speech therapist who works in the King City and surrounding area, Kelly Melton knows how difficult it is to overcome...

Monthly Miracle – Menstrual Stem Cells

Until now, menstrual blood has typically been discarded as unsanitary waste. Few are aware that the blood shed during women’s menstrual cycles contains millions...

MAKING MIRACLES HAPPEN: CHALLENGE CENTER TAKES THE “DIS” OUT OF DISABILITES

(San Diego's East County) — “When I first had my stroke, I couldn’t speak or move my right side. I couldn’t walk,” recalled...

Stem cell research expands as more applications are tested

It's been almost 20 years since Dr. Sam Weiss, professor and researcher at the University of Calgary, made the stunning confirmation of the existence...