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    Stems cells and stroke victims in the UK

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1121302/British-scientists-given-permission-treat-stroke-victims-stem-cells-aborted-babies.html

    sounds like good news.
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    My right is probably still improving 5 years on,...

    My right is probably still improving 5 years on, but my left arm which always had a 0 strength rating never did recover, they began to treat it more as a brachial plexus injury , did ecg tests on...
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    i think high signal means just swelling, as I...

    i think high signal means just swelling, as I remember I had a T signal as well on my MRI's.

    2.5 isn't bad, if you can get it to 3 you will be able to move with gravity which would be great, my...
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    As I have a similar injury, shoulder pulleys...

    As I have a similar injury, shoulder pulleys thrown over a door, will help move the arms up and down and keep them supple, a little exercise mini bike that you use with your arms will get the rotator...
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    Baclofen cure for alcoholism

    http://www.independent.ie/health/latest-news/cheap-pill-is-miracle-cure-for-alcoholism-1566925.html


    An eminent French doctor believes he has found not just a treatment for compulsive drinking...
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    Hi Jeffrx, Yes I have the subluxation on the left...

    Hi Jeffrx, Yes I have the subluxation on the left shoulder, it seems the muscle wastage with ccsd is pretty severe. Not sure whether my arm is attached to my shoulder or not, it doesnt' feel like it...
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    Hi Evonne Have emailed you privately.

    Hi Evonne

    Have emailed you privately.
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    Hi Evonne I have central cord syndrome. My...

    Hi Evonne

    I have central cord syndrome. My legs came back very quickly (48 hours) and my b&B came back about 2 weeks later, I have bilateral C5, C6 (biceps, deltoid) problems though ...my right...
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    I can't find where I read it, but the latest...

    I can't find where I read it, but the latest research is that obese people cost the insurance companies less, as they die younger and generally more quickly, its the healthy who live that extra...
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    It doesn't make sense, just say the obese person...

    It doesn't make sense, just say the obese person is on a carefully structured diet and is ordering a green salad, does he/she get refused.

    Surely if they can walk/drive to the restaurant, get in...
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    Strange you mention antidepressants for pain but ...

    Strange you mention antidepressants for pain but I take half an effexor every day literally for the movement it gives my joints, not for depression. Also the discomfort in my joints are alleviated....
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    I have central cord which manifests as a...

    I have central cord which manifests as a bilateral brachial plexus injury and winging in the right shoulder, very uncomfortable again, bone grating on bone. With all the popping and grating going on...
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    For the driving license in Ireland you need that...

    For the driving license in Ireland you need that 20/40 in one eye too but its okay if you can only achieve that 20/40 with glasses.
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    Yes, I have a lazy eye that wasn't discovered...

    Yes, I have a lazy eye that wasn't discovered till I was about 8 and at that stage the optic nerve had closed up so it was too late. I amn't totally blind in it but it just doesn't function. At...
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    Have a great time in Cork. Thats where my...

    Have a great time in Cork. Thats where my parents are. Some great restaurants in Kinsale, try Fishy Fishy.

    Edward Rutherford, Ireland awakening is a good book to read regarding Famine and land...
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    i read somewhere that his hands were badly...

    i read somewhere that his hands were badly affected, cant remember which website but it made me think his injury was more central cord syndrome where you generally would recover function in your...
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    Originally Posted by J2Extreme Do many people in...

    Originally Posted by J2Extreme
    Do many people in europe know about CC?



    I think basically as most of Europe dont speak English they will not come across carecure in a foreign language search...
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    Just curious, but can I ask you on the Sabbath if...

    Just curious, but can I ask you on the Sabbath if you have 3 good meals that day, how do you clear the tables for the next course if no work is allowed and do you stack a dishwasher or leave all the...
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    Laser

    It isn't at all invasive. If you see the video below from Romeo you can see he has the laser beam thingys on top of the skin, it is painless and non-invasive. I had it done a few years ago, not...
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    Human and animal stem cells mixed for cure

    http://www.unison.ie/irish_independent/stories.php3?ca=27&si=1719280&issue_id=14857

    This seems to be a way to bypass the stem cell rules on using ESC's. It sounds a bit scary though.
  21. Thread: superstitions

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    Yes, in Ireland its great luck for a black cat to...

    Yes, in Ireland its great luck for a black cat to cross your path to the extent that if you see a black cat you will hang around till it crosses your path or change your detour so it ends up...
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    Witty comebacks

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/ouch/play/topten/wittycomebacks.shtml

    not sure if this has been posted before.
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    Darn, can't seem to get the link to work. Its...

    Darn, can't seem to get the link to work. Its only a short article below from the Irish Examiner. Not sure if I am allowed to post without the link, will try to reference it.



    Researchers make...
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    Mayo Clinic

    http://www.irishexaminer.com/irishexaminer/pages/story.aspx-qqqg=ireland-qqqm=ireland-qqqa=ireland-qqqid=5328-qqqx=1.asp

    This guy sounds fairly optimistic even if its the same stuff that has been...
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    Never had the pleasure of meeting Sr. Casey...

    Never had the pleasure of meeting Sr. Casey thanks be to gawd. I think having to deal with a nun would have been the final straw to break the camels back. I was an outpatient there. Yes, there are...
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