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  1. Thread: neuralstems

    by Leo

    really great news imo

    really great news imo
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    Bluetooth Headset high level quad

    i'm looking for a headset that has the biggest easyest activation botton on it

    i've so far seen one that i could probably glue some thing to the one that's on it

  3. Thread: lift question

    by Leo

    lift question

    is this lift over kill for high level quad c4/5 complete, will use on trips, no flights just road trips

    i can get it at reasonable price but unsure
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  5. Not so Silly Putty: UM researchers use one of its components to turn stem cells into

    Jianping Fu, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering, says an easier way to more efficiently guide stem cells to differentiate into the more than 200 cell types that make up the human body...
  6. Spinal cord research fund gets $7 million in NY budget

    great job to all who got this done,

    ALBANY A state fund for researching spinal cord injuries received a big boost as part of New York's new $138 billion budget after it had been raided to help...
  7. i don't know why but i have always figured als is...

    i don't know why but i have always figured als is a harder tackle than sci

    am i pretty far off
  8. Quadriplegic surfer, barney miller, raises awareness and funds for spinal cord injury

    Barney Miller was an up-and-coming Aussie surfer with a lot of potential. Miller's path to the professionals, however, came to a standstill when he was paralyzed in a high-speed car accident in 1999....
  9. Neuralstem announces results from Phase I trial using NSI-566 spinal cord stem cells

    Neuralstem, Inc. (NYSE MKT: CUR) announced that the final results from the Phase I safety trial using NSI-566 spinal cord stem cells in the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou...
  10. Kiwis taking part in world-wide race for charity

    A range of New Zealand media and sports personalities have banded together to in a world-wide event 'Wings For Life World Run' in support of spinal cord injury research.

    The event is made up of...
  11. Paralyzed Boca teen an ambassador for unique world run

    By Nick Sortal, Staff writer

    5:14 p.m. EST, March 7, 2014

    Brooke Thabit doesn't remember her first helicopter ride. That's because it was moments after the dive that left her a quadriplegic.
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    Project Walk and Wings for Life

    May 4th is unlike any other day. It's a day where people can come together all over the world, at the very same time to help bring awareness and funds to support spinal cord injury research. Project...
  13. Thread: Colostomy

    by Leo

    I'm same level as cowboy and 30 plus years, but...

    I'm same level as cowboy and 30 plus years, but my view is differant, it's been 2 years and i wish i wouldn't have done it, i had a pretty good program before, i ate right and got by with twice a...
  14. Stem cell technology to cure spinal cordv injuries introduced in KSA

    e Sultan bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City (SAHC) announced Tuesday its intention to take stem cell transplantation to new heights by using the method to cure spinal cord injuries.
    The announcement...
  15. - Imagine a future with no sporting events for paralysed people

    Wow, the times they are a changing

    Imagine a future with no sporting events for paralysed people. A future in which there is no need, as all the would-be competitors will have been cured.

  16. Cotswold Partners Spinal Cord Charity, Wings for life

    Cotswold Outdoor supports spinal cord charity Wings for Life

    Cotswold Outdoor today announced its year-long partnership with Wings for Life, a not-for-profit spinal cord research foundation....
  17. Remington?s Spinal Cord Benefit coming soon, New York

    RANT LAKE ? Tickets are now on sale for the annual fundraiser to raise money for research into a cure for spinal cord injuries ? a mission of Scott Remington and family. The event is to be held...
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    Sticky: ditto

  19. Researchers generate new neurons in brains, spinal cords of living adult mammals

    Scientists in UT Southwestern's Department of Molecular Biology first successfully turned astrocytes ? the most common non-neuronal brain cells ? into neurons that formed networks in mice. They now...
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    Wings For Life World Run coming to Denver

    KUSA - It's a race unlike any other. Thousands of endurance runners will be setting off this May on a unique competition staged on more than three dozen courses in 35 different countries.

  21. Ex-F1 racer David Coulthard dresses up like woman for charity

    Former F1 racer David Coulthard recently dressed up as a woman to raise money to fund a research into spinal cord injuries.

    The 42-year-old TV commentator donned skin-tight golden leopard-print...
  22. nVivo Therapeutics Names Thomas R. Ulich, MD as Its New Chief Scientific Officer

    The Wall Street Journal news department was not involved in the creation of this content.

    February 24, 2014, 8:05 a.m. ET

    InVivo Therapeutics Names Thomas R. Ulich, MD as...
  23. Small steps in creating hope for spinal cord injury victims

    Red Bull has made Mateschitz an enormously wealthy man. Forbes estimated his wealth at $8.1 billion (?5.9 billion) last year. Red Bull has become a multimedia company and an unstoppable juggernaut.
  24. Gomes earned a $10,000 donation from Norelco to the Travis Roy Foundation

    by letting Elisabeth Hasselbeck take a couple of different razors to his face and give him a fresh start prior to the 2014 season. Gomes recently joined forces with Roy, the former Boston University...
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    KSA moves to contain spinal cord injuries

    The Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Humanitarian City, in collaboration with Miami University, is working toward developing a technology for stem cell transplants on injured spinal cord patients to...
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