Where are you? Please write, I miss you. Hope you are all right.
havent heard from you brother! are you all right? i wanna hear from you man. let me know that your alright.
I have sent u email Anthony. Plz read
jawaid, it was great talking to you also. firstname.lastname@example.org; contact anytime and post on the forum what we talked about yesterday. this will be good for discussion.
It was wonderful talking to u Anthony yesterday. Well we just wait for April 7 and then decide something else. Send me ur email id and we will keep in touch. JAWAID
Hi Keeping on,
Sorry, been on the road again. Short of a national ban on embryonic research Maryland will not ban it. It's difficult getting state funding but that is due to the economy not a large opposition to any stem cell research.
Hey Keeping On,
I assume you got a Letter of Medical Nessecity from your PT/OT/Physiatrist? If the deny it, it could be because of the Glider option because they will probably classify it as excersise equipment. If this is the case, you could ask if insurance would pay for the stander and you could pay for the Glider option out of pocket. Easystand also has a Funding Guide on their website, http://www.easystand.com/funding/index.cfm
Hope This Helps!
I've read some of your posts. Like 'em!
I'm just asking these questions to try to understand what motivates the sci community, that's all.
Just found a today's announcement: http://www.genengnews.com/news/bnite...hid=4&taxid=34
"It is our hope that this approach will one day lead to a viable treatment option for these afflicted children, and possibly also for patients suffering from other myelination disorders, such as multiple sclerosis, transverse myelitis and certain types of cerebral palsy."
Sorry, Tony. I don't keep an eye out for transverse myelitis research, but I know that Morvan's syndrome is a rare autoimmune disease which results in weakness, insomnia or even hypertension. However, you might contact Douglas Kerr, who is working in this area, for some update. Also, I think there are some people with transverse myelitis looking for any help on CareCure. Just try to join them.
Hi, Tony. I am a C/5 quad due to diving accident. I don't know how long it's going to take. Not too long, I hope. We'll see.