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  1. Thread: ATV's???

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    Jeff, I had full use of hands and arms. They were...

    Jeff, I had full use of hands and arms. They were not affected at all, which I never understood. The level is actually mid chest where pin prick sensation goes away (pain). I feel touch all over and...
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    Wise, Your exactly right, which makes since...

    Wise, Your exactly right, which makes since because I was slammed into the dash board (metal) from sudden impact with an oak tree. I was asleep and slumped over to the left, so my right side hit the...
  3. Thread: ATV's???

    by Webber
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    Cowboy, I don't know what your level of injury...

    Cowboy, I don't know what your level of injury is. I'm c6-7 post 29 years. Arms are fine. I ride a Polaris 300 4X4 ATV. It has been great to get around to places only a goat would go. Brought back...
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    Wise-Cord Question

    My left foot (toes, ankles) has much more movement than the right foot. Does this suggest which part of the spinal cord is injured or bruised ? Is the circuitry more damaged on one side of the cord...
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    Poll: I would be very happy just to move my legs some...

    I would be very happy just to move my legs some and get rid of the burning pain I suffer from. I would consider that a "cure". Maybe, just maybe, that is realistic enough to hope for, and 4-AP could...
  6. Thread: FRUSTRATION

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    FRUSTRATION

    I heard on the radio this morning about a lady who got real upset at the repairman who was trying to fix her washing machine. After several trips out to repair it, she finally held him at gunpoint...
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    Chris, I still play mostly just around the house...

    Chris, I still play mostly just around the house or with frieds who come over and pick. Once in awhile I write my own stuff. I love blues, but really can't play as good as I'd like, I do more...
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    Chris2, I'd like to respond to your feelings...

    Chris2,

    I'd like to respond to your feelings concerning society and how you feel society looks at SCI. I also feel alone and segregated alot out in the public, because you just don't see alot of...
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    Sorry DA, It's country , not rap. Guess you gotta...

    Sorry DA, It's country , not rap. Guess you gotta hear the tune. I thought you wuz country anyway, you are ain't cha ??
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    NEW SCI CURE THEME SONG

    Here is a song sung to the tune of " TIME MARCHES ON " (a Tracy Lawrence song)


    I've been sittin in this wheelchair for thirty long years,
    Waitin on a cure, it just ain't fair,
    They say a...
  11. OEG Cells

    Dr. Young,

    How many labs in all are researching OEG cells? Are there any labs here in the US with funding for OEG research or trying to duplicate the results? You may have mentioned in previous...
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    Clipper, you must have extreeemly dominant ear...

    Clipper, you must have extreeemly dominant ear wiggling genes. We may need you in the lab. Just flap you way on over. Hope you enjoy the humor. Sounds like you have a great sense of humor along with...
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    NEWEST SCI RESEARCHER

    AP Wire:

    Professor Ijavea Biggears at the University of Hidden Talents, has announced today his application for NIH grant for more complete studies identifying the ear wiggler gene. Previous...
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    Dr. Young-Eschemic Question

    Dr. Young,

    I was reviewing previous post about damage to the cord due to lack of blood supply and I am pretty familiar now with what happens to the cord due to loss of blood. What I am wondering...
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    Nicotine

    Here's my two cents on the subject. I have been dipping copenhagen snuff the whole 29 years of my injury: about a can a day. A recent blood test revealed I have a very high level on nicotine in my...
  16. Thanks Seneca for this news item, you really do a...

    Thanks Seneca for this news item, you really do a great job with the latest findings, and thank you Dr. Young for "connecting the dots". All of these promising findings keeps me very hopeful and this...
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    NEW SCI RESEARCH LAB

    Dr. Young,
    After reviewing many threads here with discussions of cure or lack of cure, and the time frame involved for therapies to become available for the spinal cord injured community, it just...
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    Sue, I figured about 500,000 SCI at least. FOr 30...

    Sue, I figured about 500,000 SCI at least. FOr 30 years I've been hearing or reading 250,000 currently plus 10,000 new cases per year. So, my math put the figure at around 500,000.
  19. I believe that the United States would honor the...

    I believe that the United States would honor the request if the organs were made available for specific research purposes, but not as donor organs due to the damage from the drugs used to execute the...
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    Roll On Washington

    I agree with Jeff, we need leadership. Leadership in the form of all the organizations working together and combining their resources with a cure directive. I've been seeing the same thing over and...
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    Dr. Young-Cook Biotech

    Dr. Young,
    If you've seem the post by Jeremy regarding Cook Boitechs patent on submucosa, I was wondering if you could incorporate this product with your research on contusion models, along with...
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    TENG--WISE

    Thanks for the great information. I know I'll sleep better now that I have a good understanding what your lab does. There just aren't words good enough to express the thankfulnes I have of your work...
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    TENG - Dr. Young

    Can you tell us how promising this reseach is from your experience with all of the other research that is now being done and will it be beneficial for chronic sci ? Is your lab capable of duplicating...
  24. Dr. Young, Thank you for the report from the...

    Dr. Young,
    Thank you for the report from the symposium and your honestly reporting the feelings of some of the doctors "cure" opinions. Let me guess, the ones who don't expect a cure in thier...
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    I've often thought that instead of the death...

    I've often thought that instead of the death penalty for prisoners, give them a spinal cord injury at say, C-3. Sure couldn't do much harm in that situation, but that would be cruel and unusual...
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